Palace took the lead after an hour via Wilfried Zaha, who set up an attack himself, then stumbled but still hit with a nice volley. For Zaha it was already his eighth goal of the season. Just before time, Leicester equalized via Harvey Barnes, who hit from the edge of the box.
For Leicester City it was the second draw in a row. On Saturday it became 2-2 against Manchester United at home. Due to the busy schedule, Jamie Vardy was not in the starting line-up at Leicester. He was brought in halfway through the second half.
For the home team, Jaïro Riedewald was replaced fifteen minutes before time, his teammate Patrick van Aanholt remained on the bench for the entire game.
Leicester City is again damaged in battle for top spots | Foreign football
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