Leicester City 2 – Everton 2.

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Leicester City drew 2-2 with Everton in a thrilling 2-2 Premier League game of two teams who are hoping to escape relegation.

The two teams at the end of the table met. Starting in the 8th minute, Everton almost got the most goals. When Abdoulai Ducoure flowed the ball for Alex Ewobi to shoot in the right side of the penalty area. But Daniel Eversen super save flew can swipe away with one hand.

Flowing back to James Maddison, hold the left and shoot the right. But the ball still hasn’t passed Jordan Pickford’s hands.

Everton received a penalty in the 15th minute.

Leicester defender Timothy Castagne. Slammed from behind on Dominic Calvert-Lewin. Until falling in the penalty area. Dominic Calvert-Lewin Take charge of shooting by yourself, passing Eversen decisively.

But Leicester equalized 1-1 in the 22nd minute. Harvey Barnes collected a free-kick from the left. Before opening into the penalty area for Waw Fast to head back to Chalar Soyuncu. A shot from 10 yards goes into the goal.

The hosts took a 2-1 lead in the 33rd minute. Ewobi missed a pass midfield before James Maddison pierced through the hole for Jamie Vardy to slip solo. Before fleeing Pickford and shoot with the left. 

Fun exchange game, Everton almost equalized in the 42nd minute. Seamus Coleman sent from the right side for Dwight McNeil to run and shoot close. But Eversen was frightened by one-handed swipe. Tn the penalty area but unfortunately jumped over the beam

Leicester immediately counterattacked Yuri Tielemans, flowing the ball for Jamie Vardy to slip in two strokes to escape Michael Keane until his back broke before chipping with a left hand past Pickford, but the ball floated. hit the beam UFABET

In stoppage time.

Everton had Nathan Patterson come on for the injured Seamus Coleman, who was carried off. 

In the injury that stretches to the 45+9 minute, Leicester receives a penalty when Harvey Barnes opens the ball to Michael Keane before James Maddison takes charge of the kill and shoots in the middle. Jordan Pickford’s goal, guessed right, was brilliantly saved. Making the end of the first half, Leicester led Everton 2-1.

The second half in the 55th minute, Everton followed a 2-2 draw, Dwight McNeill opened from the left into the penalty area. You don’t have to catch and pass the ball into the post accurately.

The Leicester City defenders were almost as well in the 60th minute as Harvey Barnes had a volley stroke on the right side of the penalty area. The ball bounced into the way, Jamie Vardy had another header but the ball went straight, James Tarkowski had a clear header before the ball went into goal.

In the 80th minute, fans of both teams were excited when Jordan Pickford came out to play the ball outside the box and missed, Jamie Vardy ran to turn a long shot. The ball floats and looks like it will go into the box. but then turned and scraped off the pole behind him

In the rest of the time, there were no goals, resulting in the end of the game, Leicester drew Everton 2-2, enjoying each team’s points. and must continue to win and escape from relegation