Superb Maddison, Impressive Vardy – The best & the worst rated Leicester stars in the 2-0 win vs Watford

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Leicester City Player Ratings vs Watford: Here’s how the Foxes fared

Leicester City picked up an important 2-0 victory against Watford in the Premier League. Jamie Vardy opened the scoring for the Foxes in the 12th minute with his second penalty in as many games. James Maddison then doubled Leicester’s lead to hand them a cushion.

The Foxes were resilient at the back and did their best to hold onto the clean sheet. Etienne Capoue then saw red in the 90th minute as well to end the game in controversial fashion.

Leicester City Player Ratings

Kasper Schmeichel (7/10)

The Dane had a few nervy moments but Watford’s poor finishing worked in his favour.

Ricardo Pereira (7/10)

Looked very good going forward and has now added defensively stability to his game as well.

Ben Chilwell

Wes Morgan (7/10)

Looked very confident in his display and ensured Leicester kept the clean sheet on the night.

Jonny Evans (7/10)

Isaac Success caused a few problems for Evans but he eventually came through on the night.

Ben Chilwell (8/10)

Defender very well and continued his fine start to the season. He got forward very well as well.

Wilfred Ndidi (6/10)

His distribution was very poor on the night as Ndidi had an off-game.

Nampalys Mendy (8/10)

Worked tirelessly on the night and defended very well. Mendy was one of the best players on the night.

James Maddison

Marc Albrighton (8/10)

Picked up the assist for Maddison’s goal with a splendid assist and always looked very positive going forward.

James Maddison (9/10)

Scored a wonderful goal after a couple of mediocre performances. He really is proving to be a massive asset for the Foxes this season.

Demarai Gray (7/10)

He looked very lively on the night and was unlucky not to see one of his efforts hit the back of the net.

Jamie Vardy (8/10)

Won the penalty and did his job in converting it from the spot. He always looked dangerous on the night.

Substitutes

Caglar Soyuncu (6/10)

Ensured the Foxes kept the clean sheet and maintained a simple game.

Kelechi Iheanacho (5/10)

Looked dangerous and linked up well but didn’t have enough time to make an impact.

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Vicente Iborra (5/10)

Brought a sense of security and stability in the middle of the park. Didn’t have much to do apart from that.

Sebastian Jacob

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