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Leicester, Atletico vying for UCL semis

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 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester City, boss Craig Shakespeare hope to secure Premier League safety

Craig Shakespeare discusses Leicester's defeat at Arsenal.
Craig Shakespeare discusses Leicester's defeat at Arsenal.

Leicester City are used to getting vital away wins at the Hawthorns. The Foxes have won 3-2 on their past two trips to the west Midlands -- the most notable of which came in 2014-15 at the beginning of their great escape under Nigel Pearson.

This time around, Leicester don't necessarily need a win -- just a point will do to ease any mild relegation concerns. Their 37 points, with a better goal difference to the sides around them, should be enough to secure Premier League safety.

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After six straight...

 By Chris Wright

Huth shows Sanchez his battle scar after Leicester's loss at Arsenal

Alexis Sanchez shows his battle wound from the pitch, Schweini plays a cruel prank on his teammate and more in the Sweeper.

Robert Huth has levelled a cheeky dig at Alexis Sanchez after the Arsenal forward was left to nurse his wounds following Wednesday's Premier League clash with Leicester City.

Sanchez suffered a cut lip when he was hit in the face at point blank range by a Christian Fuchs throw-in and subsequently posted a photo of the damage on Twitter after the final whistle.

 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester undone by piece of bad luck at Arsenal as relegation still looms

Arsenal and Leicester looked destined for a 0-0 draw until Robert Huth's unfortunate deflection put the ball in his own net.
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Arsenal and Leicester looked destined for a 0-0 draw until Robert Huth's unfortunate deflection put the ball in his own net.

Leicester City's cruel luck at Arsenal continued with another late defeat. The 1-0 loss cost the Foxes the point they needed to probably (if not mathematically) secure safety.


Leicester deserved to keep a clean sheet, which is no mean feat at the Emirates Stadium. Yohan Benalouane is getting better by the game, making Wes Morgan's fitness less of a concern. Surprise inclusion Leonardo Ulloa also proved a valuable asset and could see more playing time down the stretch.



 By Michael Cox

Arsenal get lucky in late win over Leicester to stay in top-four chase

Arsenal and Leicester looked destined for a 0-0 draw until Robert Huth's unfortunate deflection put the ball in his own net.

LONDON -- A late Robert Huth own goal was enough as Arsenal hung on to take all three points with a 1-0 win vs. Leicester at the Emirates ...

1. Arsenal get lucky vs. Leicester

Arsenal snatched the three points with a hugely fortunate late goal at the Emirates at the end of a low-key, sporadically exciting, Premier League contest. Nacho Monreal pushed forward to drive a wayward shot across the penalty area, which deflected off Robert Huth and bounced home. In a game where Arsenal couldn't...

 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester sense survival but trip to Arsenal brings back bad memories

Leicester manager Craig Shakespeare looks ahead to his side's trip to Arsenal.

Leicester City's last trip to Arsenal was memorable for all the wrong reasons.

City lost the game 2-1 in injury time after Danny Simpson's needless sending off turned the game in the hosts favour.

However, the Foxes were so valiant in defeat that Claudio Ranieri cited the loss as the moment he genuinely believed Leicester could win the title. His logic was simple: if an Arsenal side full of stars needed 94 minutes to see off 10-man Leicester, there was no reason the Foxes would fold down the stretch...

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Trending: Real Madrid, Atletico progress as Bayern, Leicester exit

Atletico and Leicester drew 1-1, sending Atleti through 2-1 overall, while Real won 4-2 in a wild game against Bayern.
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Wednesday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending...

REAL MADRID: Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo became the first player to score 100 goals in the Champions League when he netted a hat trick against Bayern Munich on Tuesday -- then used the occasion to ask for more respect from fans.

Zinedine Zidane said it was Real Madrid's efforts -- not a poor refereeing display -- that was most important in his team's dramatic 4-2 extra-time victory over Bayern...