"Nobody knows? So you look up the game again and you don't know? Con Conor Coady and Mike Dean in heated exchange after rejecting Wolves' goal in stalemate with Leicester
- There was VAR controversy when Wolves signed 0-0 with Leicester City
- Video technology excluded Willy Boly's goal shortly before half-time
- Pedro Neto's toe was considered offside in the run-up to the & # 39; goal & # 39;
- Wolf Captain Conor Coady and Referee Mike Dean shared hot words
The two teams shared a scoreless draw at Molineux in a forgettable affair, but the game was marred but another controversial decision dictated by the Video Assistant Referee (VAR).
Willy Boly headed Wolves just before half-time, but VAR finally signed the goal due to Pedro Neto's wandering offside.
When referee Mike Dean walked to the tunnel for the rest period, Captain Coady approached the referee and demanded to know why the goal was excluded.
Coady said: & # 39; So who is offside? Iota? The offside of Jota when the goal enters? & # 39;
Dean then pointed to his ear and indicated that the VAR had told him to exclude the target even though he did not see the decision.
That br considers Coady to shout as he shrugged: & # 39; So no one knows? You referee the game and you don't know? & # 39;
The result meant that Wolves were 14 points behind Leicester, who were 11 points ahead of fifth place in Sheffield United.
The side of Nuno Espirito Santo is in seventh place, three points behind the Blades, because fifth place in the Premier League table looks like it might be enough to qualify for the Champions League after Manchester City a two-year European ban by UEFA.
Wolves can be overtaken in seventh place if Manchester United avoids the Stamford Bridge on Monday night, while Tottenham Hotspur can jump in fifth place to beat Aston Villa on Sunday.
Wolves 0-0 Leicester: Controversial VAR call denies Willy Boly winner for Wolves while 10-man Leicester sees stalemate in Molineux
Willy Boly scored a header in the first half without complaints from Leicester or referee Mike Dean.
But Michael Oliver sitting in Stockwell Park noticed that Diogo Jota & # 39; s rear boat was offside before he sent in the cross.
Later in the game, Leicester was reduced to 10 men after Hamza Choudhury was sent for a second yellow card.
In the last minutes, Raul Jimenez headed centimeters wide from a corner and sealed the fate of Wolves.
Wolverhampton Wanderers (3-4-2-1): Rui Patricio; Boly, Coady, Saiss; Doherty, Dendoncker, Neves (Moutinho 81), Otto; Neto (Traore 64), Jota (Podence 78); Jimenez
Subs unused: Gibbs-White, Ruddy, Kilman, Neighbor
Posted Booked : Dendoncker, Neves
Leicester City (4-1-4-1): Schmeichel; Pereira, Evans, Soyuncu, Chilwell; Choudhury; Perez (Albrighton 68), Tielemans (Praet 75), Maddison, Barnes (Morgan 90 + 4); Vardy
Subs unused: Justin, Gray, Ward, Iheanacho
Sent : Choudhury
Referee: Mike Dean
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Wolves vs Leicester LIVE: latest Premier League score and updates to the Champions League chasing Foxes traveling to Molineux
- Wolves organizes Champions League chasing Leicester in Molineux on Friday
- The men of Brendan Rodgers can strengthen their grip on a place in the top four with a result
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- Follow all actions of the crucial Premier League confrontation with Sportsmail
Wolves Host Champions League chasing Leicester in Molineux during the Premier League promotion on Friday night.
The men of Brendan Rodgers can even anticipate Manchester City in the rankings with a win, but the hosts will also hold European ambitions with their own
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Tottenham and Leicester follow rising German star Ismail Jakobs after the breakthrough of the 20-year-old at Bundesliga side of Cologne this season
- Tottenham and Leicester watch the star Ismail Jakobs Cologne
- The 20-year-old left winger made his debut for the Bundesliga side in November
- Rome also follows his situation in Cologne after he to regular
Tottenham and Leicester are followed the rising German asterisk Ismail Jakobs.
The Premier League duo plus Italian side Roma were warned of the 20-year-old left wing after his breakthrough in Cologne this season.
Jakobs came through the ranks of Cologne and only got his Bundesliga debut against Hoffenheim in November.
But he quickly became a normal one, beginning nd in all sizes one of their league games since its bow and impressive with its speed, skill and hard work are shown in the left flank of Cologne.
He is also comfortable on the left back, and in total Jakobs has played nine times, scored twice and played an important role in the dramatic revival of Cologne in form, winning five of their last six games to escape the relegation zone.
Jakobs is tipped for great things in Germany and to develop rapidly now that he is exposed to regular senior football.
His potential was underlined when he ended his first full month in the Cologne senior team by being named Bundesliga & # 39; s rookie of the month in December.
Jakobs is currently contracted in Cologne until 2022.
Manchester United & # 39; eye ANOTHER large-scale raid on Leicester City & # 39; as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer & # 39; suddenly pray & # 39; for England starlet James Maddison
- Manchester United is reportedly planning an offer for Leicester & James Maddison
- The creative midfielder stands out since he signed from Norwich last year
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sees Maddison as the ideal fit for his ideal fit. new look United side
- Gareth Southgate could include Maddison in the England squad later this week
The Red Devils have already picked up one of the Foxes star assets in Harry Maguire, who arrived in Old Trafford for £ 80 million this summer.
And according to The Mirror Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to go on a shopping trip to the King Power, this time to recruit 22-year-old Maddison.
The Leicester playmaker has attracted attention since he arrived from Norwich for £ 20 million a summer; mainly due to the lack of creative English No. 10.
The form of Maddison seems to give him a call to the English team this week, while Gareth Southgate is preparing for qualifications for the European Championship against Bulgaria and Kosovo .
Southgate was in Bramall Lane on Saturday to watch Maddison during Leicester's 2-1 win over Sheffield United. For Solskjaer, Maddison fits in perfectly with the new identity he is trying to introduce to United; recruiting young, hungry and enthusiastic British talent.
The arrival of Maguire in Old Trafford followed that of the highly coveted right back Aaron Wan-Bissaka and the international Daniel James in Wales. The report reports that United will make a bid for the Leicester player in January.
Fox Coach Brendan Rodgers paid tribute to Maddison in the midst of a conversation about a call from England earlier this week.
He said: & If you look at talent, players who are hungry and coachable, it fits into that mold.
& # 39; England has many very talented players. However, he is the one who will surely see Gareth that [work ethic and ability] in his game and how he has a real talent to succeed.
& # 39; Many players say they want to be the best they can be, but they are the last in training and gone first. So what they want to be is not matched by taking the trouble. He is a man who does everything he can.
& # 39; Everyone talks about his set pieces, but it does not happen by accident. Every day he will spend extra time on them, the quality he has with his delivery is sensational. He has faith when he puts the work in it. & # 39;
Brendan Rodgers encourages Leicester's creative players to help Jamie Vardy reach the century Premier League goals: & # 39; It is the team's responsibility to create opportunities & # 39;
- Jamie Vardy is three goals away from reaching the 100 mark in Premier League
- He was on fire for Leicester but due to injury and injury dive into shape he has fallen off
- Striker has only one in his last seven and still has to score in this calendar year
- Brendan Rodgers said: & # 39; I would be pretty sure that 100 goals will happen & # 39;
Brendan Rodgers has encouraged the makers of Leicester to do to do more help Jamie Vardy reach his century.
Vardy has 97 goals in 199 matches in the English top flight, but after scoring 16 times in his first 16 games, the attacker only succeeded one in his last seven, with his last goal against Manchester City on December 21.
The Leicester manager said: & # 39; He is ready to impress in the last part of the season . These things happen and he works his way back inside.
& # 39; I have no doubt that he is the player who will always be the threat and he will always get those opportunities.
& # 39; It is the responsibility of the team to create opportunities for him because he is that sort of striker. He needs the last pass, or the cross. In a few games he had the misfortune not to score.
& # 39; But he's such a & # 39; n threat and that will definitely come back, I know for sure. I am confident that there will be 100 goals by the end of the season.
& # 39; As long as you work for the team, it is for you. I think it has probably dried up centrally, and the large areas have been productive in creating and scoring Harvey Barnes and Ayoze Perez.
& # 39; Hopefully it all comes together in this final third of the season. & # 39; Rodgers ordered his team to completely eliminate football during the winter break in the hope that they would be refreshed for the final push.
Although their pace slowed in 2020, Leicester are in a top position to qualify for next season's Champions League, and a victory at Wolves would giving them 13 points ahead of Sheffield United in fifth place.
Leicester will probably again be without midfielder Wilfred Ndidi, who came back into action only 13 days after the knee operation, but received a reaction and missed the 2-2 draw with Chelsea before the break. The foxes hope he will be ready for their next game against City on February 22.
Rodgers added: & I feel that their energy is back. Now it is the last third of the season and let's give everything to end as high as possible. & # 39;
Islam Slimani & # 39; rejected Aston Villa January move because Leicester striker did not want to be in a relegation fight & # 39;
- Aston Villa wanted to loan Leicester striker Islam Slimani in January
- According to reports, Slimani only wanted to become a member of a large English club
- The 31-year-old Algerian international is currently on loan to Ligue 1 side Monaco
Aston Villa may have signed a striker in the transfer window in January, but they were thwarted in their attempt to add another because of their precarious league position.
According to the Express Villa wanted to [LeMesterLeicesterCity Islam Slimani on loan until the end of the season.
However, they report that Algeria international only wanted to return to the Premier League when a big club came to him instead of one fighting relegation.
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The 31-year-old was associated last month with relocations to Manchester United and Tottenham, but neither has taken place.
Slimani is currently on loan to Ligue 1 in Monaco and has scored eight goals in 15 league games so far for them.
Villa was looking to strengthen their front ranks in the light of Wesley & # 39; s seasonal knee injury against Burnley on New Year's Day.
Dean Smith managed to complete the signing of £ 10 million from striker Mbwana Samatta from Genk last month.
The 27-year-old opened his Villa account in their 2-1 Premier League defeat in Bournemouth on February.
Villa, 17th in the Premier League and one point above the drop zone, hosts Tottenham on Sunday afternoon.
Brendan Rodgers defends the lifestyle of James Maddison after Leicester star was seen in Dubai's nightlife: & # 39; He is a charming young man, truly respectful & # 39;
- Brendan Rodgers is not worried about James Maddison's behavior
- England was pictured internationally enjoying Dubai nightlife at winter break
- Leicester manager thinks people want negative narrative
- And the Northern Irish believes that Maddison should be considered a role model
- Brendan Rodgers spoke glowingly about Leicester City Star Harvey Barnes
- Rodgers feels that the 22-year-old can break England's Euro 2020 plans
- Gareth Southgate will be in Molineux on Friday before the Wolves vs Leicester game
- Rodgers refused to be drawn on speculation that was his side with Adam Lallana
- The 22-year-old is eager to prove to Gareth Southgate that he deserves playing time
Brendan Rodgers has a passionate defense of James Maddison & # 39; s launched lifestyle and insists that Leicester midfielder is the soccer player all young people want to pursue.
The England International was depicted enjoying the winter break during the winter life of Premier League but Foxes boss Rodgers has no concerns about the priorities of his midfield star, who according to Leicester will be coming in the coming weeks will sign a new contract.
Rodg ers said: & # 39; Some people try to portray him as something that he is not. Fortunately, I know the reality – he is a top-class young professional who focuses on his game and wants to get better.
& # 39; We have talked about the mentality in training that you need to get to that very highest level, and how you can maintain that. You can see it in his performances and you can see it in his numbers (goals and assists).
& # 39; I can only judge him at my time here, almost a year now, he has been absolutely brilliant for me. And outside the field he was an absolute pleasure.
& # 39; He is a charming young man, really respectful. He really respects what he has here in Leicester. He's a great boy. If you are a seven or eight year old watching the game, you want to be James Maddison.
& You want to take free kicks like James Maddison. You want to play that way and that personality. You need that. You also need education and it is brilliant. & # 39; Maddison is the subject of great interest from Manchester United, with Leicester hopeful that he will agree to new conditions worth double his current salary of around £ 50,000 a week.
Unless Leicester & # 39; s form collapses, they are likely to play Champions League football next season – for Friday's game at Wolves they are third in the table, 10 points free from the fifth placed Sheffield United.
At Maddison & # 39; s winter break, Rodgers added: & # 39; People want a story to fit around him, so I'm not so worried about that side. I know the reality of what he is and what he gives.
& # 39; Something is framed around him that he will have to live with, but that is someone else's story. This is a 23 year old boy who is single, he gets a week for free. We try to teach them in many ways, but this is something I don't care about. & # 39;
& # 39; Gareth will be interested & # 39 ;: Brendan Rodgers supports Leicester star Harvey Barnes for the Euro 2020 team of England, but refuses to be drawn on the Adam Lallana left
Sportsmail announced on Tuesday that England's coach Gareth Southgate will be at Molineux on Friday for the Wolves-Leicester game, where Barnes hopes to maintain his excellent recent form .
& # 39; You see the progress and development of Harvey, he was excellent [in the 2-2 draw] against Chelsea before the winter break, & # 39; said Rodgers. "He's getting better and better.
& # 39; You see his strength and pace, but his tactical idea keeps getting better. He comes to areas where he seems to score and he also helps goals.
"It is so pleasant to see. He works hard, he is calm, stable and focused. Gareth will be interested in every young English player and I am sure that he will last the coming months and years, he will be very close to that team. & # 39;
The foxes remain third in the table, although they have won only two of their last seven games in all competitions.
As long as their form does not collapse during the remaining weeks of the campaign, Leicester must qualify for next season's champions. League.
Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana, who brought Rodgers to Anfield during his time as manager, is one of the players associated with Leicester. The 31-year-old will not have a contract in the summer.
Rodgers said: "He is a fantastic player. I have been aware of his talent since he was a young player. He did it brilliantly there and I'm sure he will weigh his options, but we don't have to talk about it now. He is a top class player. & # 39;
Meanwhile, midfielder Wilfred Ndidi is considered doubtful for the Wolves game due to knee problems.
The Nigerian returned to action in the 4-1 win over West Ham last month less than two weeks after surgery on his meniscus, but he missed the 2-2 draw with Chelsea before the break and is unlikely to get to Molineux.
& # 39; I don't want to sit on the couch, I want to play & # 39 ;: James Maddison admits he was frustrated by a lack of playing time with England because he wants to force Gareth Southgate's hand
James Maddison was frustrated because he was an unused replacement for England. ]