Graham Potter explains substitution of Joao Felix in Leicester win
Graham Potter has shed light on the substitution of Joao Felix at half-time in the March 11th win over Leicester.
The Blues bagged their 3rd successive victory after Ben Chilwell, Kai Havertz and Mateo Kovacic fired them to a 3-1 triumph over the Foxes.
Felix had to exit proceedings after the first period due to an issue sustained from some tough tackles by Ricardo Perreira who in the end was lucky to escape a sending-off.
To replace Felix, Potter opted for Conor Gallagher, claiming that he wanted “an extra midfielder who could ball win and have a different profile”.
He also praised Gallagher for putting forth an admirable display.
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