For the first time since August 2003, Leicester City failed to win a Premier League home game after leading by two goals in a Sunday game against Brentford.
With Brendan Rodgers’ team leading the game by 2 goals, Brentford’s substitute, Josh Dasilva came from behind to equalise the first EPL match of the season at King Power Stadium.
Brentford have conceded more goals from outside the box than any other Premier League team since the start of last season.
Both teams played well in a competitive match at the King Power Stadium, with Leicester dominating the first half and Brentford controlling the second.
Both teams can learn something from the game, both the good and the bad.
In nine of their last ten league meetings with Brentford (a total of 25), Leicester have scored at least two goals. The lone exception was a scoreless draw in the second tier in September 1992.
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Since Brendan Rodgers’ first Premier League game in charge of Leicester City in March 2019, only Man City (46) and Southampton (33) have scored more goals from outside the box in the competition than the Foxes (32).