Claude Puel lamented Leicester City’s missing chances after they played out a 1-1 draw with relegation strugglers Fulham.
The Foxes maintained their unbeaten streak as they are currently unbeaten in the last six matches in the Premier League. Leicester dominated possession but just before the break, the visitor saw themselves behind as Aboubakar Kamara netted his first goal for the Cottagers to put Fulham in the driver’s seat.
Puel made some changes and unleashed Demarai Gray, Shinji Okazaki and Vicente Iborra and the visitors slowly started to push for an equalizer. Their constant effort eventually paid dividend as James Maddison continued his fine form scoring the equaliser for the Foxes.
Despite having a number of chaces they couldn’t convert it into goals. Puel said, “The most important thing was we had to score and we had chances to win the game.
“We played against a good team with good quality, but I am a little frustrated after the first half because we had chances to score and to manage the game after. It was not possible and the second half was poor for us.”
“I don’t know if we can recover some players for our game against Tottenham but it’s an opportunity for the players to show their quality and we’ve had a young team today and they needed to learn. It was a good opportunity to learn.
“It was strong for Soyuncu, Iheanacho and other players to continue to improve in this difficult Premier League.”