- Kamara put Fulham ahead
- Maddison equalized
- Fulham remain bottom of PL table
- Leicester unbeaten in six games
Leicester City fought back to draw 1-1 at Fulham on Wednesday, as Claudio Ranieri had to settle for a point against his former team at Craven Cottage.
Fulham move on to nine points for the season but stay bottom of the table, while Leicester remain in ninth place.
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The first big chance of the game fell to Leicester as Kelechi Iheanacho was played in by James Maddison, but Sergio Rico stood tall and made a big save. Fulham responded well, as a free kick dropped down to Calum Chambers and his shot across goal was tipped wide superbly by Kasper Schmeichel.
At the other end Leicester threatened on the break and a cross into the box found Marc Albrighton, but his effort went over the bar.
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Leicester continued to create chances on the break and from set pieces, and skipper Wes Morgan nodded one of those on target but Rico saved as the Foxes battled their way into the game.
But it was Fulham who took the lead as Aleksandar Mitrovic flicked the ball forward and Kamara turned on the touchline and curled into the far corner to make it 1-0.
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Tom Cairney came on at half time for Fulham as the Cottagers sat back, soaked up pressure and hit Leicester on the break whenever they could.
Cairney smashed a shot inches wide as Fulham looked to try and seal the deal late on, but they couldn’t.
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Shinji Okazaki, one of Ranieri’s favorites in his Leicester days, pulled the ball back and Maddison rolled home his second goal in as many games to make it 1-1.
Maddison had a chance to win it late on but missed the target, and that would have been a little harsh on Fulham in an even encounter.