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Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger scored twice to help Chelsea secure a 2-2 draw against third-placed Leicester City on Saturday.
Rudiger also impressed defensively as he managed to keep Jamie Vardy quiet as the Englishman looked to end his six-game goal drought.
Rudiger set a personal record against Leicester City as he scored his first career brace.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard was impressed with the performance of the German international against Leicester City. He also praised Andreas Christensen for his performance against Leicester.
Lampard told BT Sport: “I thought Andreas Christensen played well as well (as Antonio Rudiger). He was struggling with a fever at half time but played well. Tony as well with a great header for the second goal.”