Leicester beat Chelsea 2-Zero on Tuesday night time to heap additional stress on Blues boss Frank Lampard.
Questions have been raised over the membership legend’s future at Stamford Bridge in current weeks and their woeful show on the King Energy Stadium supplied no optimistic solutions.
Wilfred Ndidi fired Leicester forward after simply six minutes.
The midfielder drilled in off the publish from the sting of the world after Harvey Barnes had miscued Marc Albrighton’s brief nook.
James Maddison made it 2-Zero to the hosts 4 minutes earlier than the break.
Marc Albrighton’s intelligent ball excessive discovered the midfielder unmarked to comb in.
It got here only a minute after VAR had overturned Craig Pawson’s determination to award Chelsea a penalty.
Jonny Evans had tripped Christian Pulisic however replays confirmed the sort out occurred simply outdoors the field and Mason Mount blazed the free-kick over.
Chelsea have been uninspiring all through and created few possibilities within the second half regardless of badly needing them.
Timo Werner regarded to have ended his eleven-match Premier League aim drought late on, just for the offside flag to be appropriately raised by the assistant.
Leicester had a number of alternatives so as to add to their tally, however the recreation finally ended 2-Zero which means that the Foxes go prime of the desk in a single day.
Chelsea are down in eighth after 19 video games, and whereas they beat Fulham on Saturday they’d received simply one among their six Premier League matches earlier than going through their west London rivals.
Strain has mounted on Lampard over the previous few weeks with this dreadful run ongoing, and he is likely one of the favourites to lose his job within the Premier League sack race.
However might Lampard be axed as early as at present? In response to journalist Simon Johnson, who covers Chelsea for The Athletic, the reply to that query is ‘sure’.
“There already are (query marks over his future),” Johnson advised the talkSPORT Sports activities Bar previous to Chelsea vs Leicester.
Needing a clear-cut reply on Lampard’s future, host Andy Goldstein was simple along with his subsequent query: “If Leicester beat Chelsea, might he get the sack tonight?”
“Sure,” was Johnson’s reply.