Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers has admitted Chelsea won his side 3-0 on Saturday because the Blues were much better than his Leicester City side.
Rodgers told LCFC TV: “The best team won. We were disappointing in the first half.
“We made much more of a game of it in the second half. We needed the goal, to get to 2-1, but we didn’t quite make it. No complaints. They were much better than us.”
Chelsea centre-back Antonio Rudiger scored Chelsea’s opener from a corner-kick and Rodgers admitted conceding from set-pieces is a big issue for Leicester City.
“It’s a big, big issue for us, the set pieces,” the Northern Irishman added. “We’re conceding way too many and, obviously, we’re going behind in games and that’s giving us a big problem. We’ve looked at it and we need to work even harder on it and see where we’re at.”