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Leicester City 2-2 Everton; Statistical Analysis as Alex Iwobi scores to equalize for the Toffees


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Leicester City faced Everton a game to remember in a fight for Premier League survival this season.

However, with Kelechi Iheanacho injured and out of the game two other Nigerians were on show. But it was Alex Iwobi that hit the headlines as he scored to tie the match at 2-2.

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With both sides sharing the spoils 2-2 apiece, Isagoal.com evaluates the statistical analysis as regards the Premier League contest.

                            Full Statistics

                            Shots on target

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 6 (Leicester City)                                                                               (Everton) 8

Leicester City made some attacking effort against the visiting Everton side in the game. But it was Everton that had the upper hand here in the attacking sense.

That’s why Leicester City had 6 shots off target as compared to the 8 shots on target Everton had in the game.

                               Shots off Target

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3 (Leicester City)                                                                                (Everton) 8

The home side would be the victim of their own weakness as they failed to make sufficient attacking threats against the opposition.

However, Leicester City ended up having 3 shots off target while Everton had 8 shots off target as well.

                                Blocked shots

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5(Leicester City)                                                                                    (Everton) 5

Both Sides have a couple of blocked shots to reckon with in the game. While Leicester City and Everton had about 5 blocked shots apiece in the game.

Both sides exerted their own number of attacking threats with the level of intensity that graced the match.

                               Possession

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56 (Leicester City)                                                                               (Everton) 44

Leicester City had more possession of the ball as they dominated the game at the King Power Stadium.

In the end, they had 56% of the ball as compared to the 44% of the ball possession Everton had as well.

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That’s to the level of talent Leicester City had in the midfield area owing to the presence of Youri Tielemans and James Maddison.

                                Corner-kicks

2 (Leicester City)                                                                                (Everton) 9

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The Foxes may have exerted a limited number of attacking pressure in this match.

And it wasn’t a surprise how they had fewer corner kicks than their counterparts in this tie.

Leicester City had 2 corner kicks as compared to the 8 corner kicks Everton had in the entire 90 minutes duration.

This article was updated 3 months ago

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