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Leicester City were well beaten by Chelsea as the Blues got a 3-0 victory away to the Foxes at the King Power Stadium.
It was a totally dominant performance from Chelsea and Leicester City surprisingly offered little all game.
Chelsea were 2-0 ahead at half-time, and Brendan Rodgers side didn’t have a single attempt all through the first half.
The Leicester City players were booed off the pitch at half-time, and Rodgers has sent a message to the fans saying that his players need encouragement and not to be booed.
The Foxes boss said: “The players need that encouragement, they need that shot in the arm and that’s the biggest shot in the arm that they can get so we’ll always respect the supporters feelings and how they are, but have a sense of perspective of where this team was and where they’ve grown to.
“Okay, we’ve hit a little bump in the road and we’re working so hard to be better, but it was disappointing.
“But we always respect the supporters’ feelings.”