A pulsating match comes to an end, with West Ham stealing a point right at the end! However, Leicester City FC second-half performance fully deserved their 2-1 lead.
But up popped Dawson as the clock hit 90 to beat Schmeichel and equalise for the Hammers.
Leicester will be disappointed not to have won, but their performance encouraged a side in desperate need of some confidence.
LEICESTER CITY FC (4-3-3): Kasper Schmeichel;
James Justin, Daniel Amartey, Caglar Soyuncu, Ricardo Pereira;
Youri Tielemans, Wilfred Ndidi, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall;
James Maddison, Patson Daka, Harvey Barnes.
LEICESTER CITY SUBS: Danny Ward, Marc Albrighton, Kelechi Iheanacho,
Ayoze Perez, Hamza Choudhury, Jannik Vestergaard, Nampalys Mendy, Luke Thomas, Ademola Lookman.
WEST HAM (4-2-3-1): Lukasz Fabianski;
Vladimir Coufal, Craig Dawson, Issa Diop, Aaron Cresswell;
Tomas Soucek, Declan Rice;
Jarrod Bowen, Manuel Lanzini, Pablo Fornals;
WEST HAM SUBS: Alphonse Areola, Andriy Yarmolenko, Nikola Vlasic,
Mark Noble, Said Benrahma, Ryan Fredericks, Ben Johnson, Alex Kral.
0-1. West Ham opens the scoring. A long ball forward finds Bowen, who’s flown across from the right, and the winger strides into the box before firing low past Schmeichel and into the back of the net.
1-1. Tielemans makes no mistake, smashing his penalty into the bottom left corner. Fabianski goes the right way but can’t keep it out.
2-1. Leicester strike first in the second half, Barnes controls a lofted cross-field pass before crossing back into the danger area, and it’s Ricardo who flies in at the far post to head beyond Fabianski and put the Foxes into the lead.
2-2. Dawson with the equaliser. A West Ham corner swings into the danger area, and Dawson climbs above Amartey to knock the ball in. It looks like it’s hit the top of his shoulder, but it’s given, and West Ham won’t care. They’ve levelled the game.
So, where else do Leicester City FC and Burnley go from here?
A draw was a result neither side would have wanted but will have to take.
West Ham moves a point clear of Manchester United, although the chasing pack all have at least one game in hand over David Moyes’ side, who occupy the final Champions League spot.
Meanwhile, Leicester climbs to 11th and opens a 10-point gap between themselves and Norwich in the 18th.
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