EPL Table after yesterday’s game, as The Foxes close in on Man United in top four race

EPL Table

Yesterday the Southampton drew 1:1 against Leicester City in the English Premier League as the Foxes drop vital points in top four race. James Ward-Prowse put Southampton ahead in the 61st minutes, while Jonny Evans leveled for the visitors.

The game between both teams ended goalless at halftime, Walker-Peters thought he had give Southampton the lead two minutes into the game, but the flag was up for offside. In the 10th minutes, Vastergaard was sent off for a foul on Jamie Vardy, and Southampton continued the game with 10 men. Both sides had clear chances to score in the first half. Alex McCarthy denied Tielemans and made good saves to stop James Maddison and Kelechi Iheanacho from scoring, at the other end, Kasper Shemeichel parried away Redmond’s strike.

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In the second half, Southampton took the lead in the 61st minutes, when James Ward-Prowse converted from the penalty spot, after Iheanacho blocked a shot with his arm in the box.

In the 68th minutes, Jonny Evans equalized for Leicester with an header past McCarthy into the back of the net, following a cross from Kelechi Iheanacho. Vardy and Iheanacho had opportunities to score for the visitors, bit they failed to find the back of the net, as the game ended 1:1 at full-time.

English Premier League Table.

As it stands, Leicester City are currently in the 3rd position, with 63 points from 34 matches and they are 4 points behind Manchester United in 2nd place, while Southampton are currently ranked 14th with 37 points. See Full EPL Table.

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