Leicester City vs FC Copenhagen match end in a goal less draw
Leicester city’s champions league continues as they draw against FC Copenhagen secure them first place and are more likely to qualify for the next stage.
Leicester had Schmeichel to thank for a late save to deny Cornelius, just as he did at home two weeks ago.
The Dane kept his concentration by springing to his right to claw away the ex-Cardiff striker’s flicked header from Kasper Kusk’s cross.
Before the match, Ranieri said his side were close to “achieving something special” in Europe’s elite club competition.History is on their side as all the previous 64 teams that had won their opening three games all progressed to the knockout stages.
Vardy was deployed as a lone frontman against Copenhagen, a role which did not help his prospects of ending his goal drought.He had only one shot in the match and his 37 touches of the ball were the second fewest of any player in the Leicester.
This match featured only three shots on target, the fewest in a Champions League game this season.