A large estate was happening 13/7 morning when the team was ranked fourth in the English Premier League Leicester City lost 1-4 reverse when guests Vitality of Bournemouth in round 35.
Leicester City defeated before the team is in danger of relegation Bournemouth and lost the advantage in the race for the top four in the Premiership
Though early opener just 23 minutes thanks to Jamie Vardy but "Fly High" has completely lost himself from the moment midfielder Caglar Soyuncu received a straight red card from referee Stuart Attwell for kicking into copper tubes of Callum Wilson striker 67 minutes.
Leicester City are not only at risk of high-splashed out of the top four Premier League this season and lost the Champions League ticket (C1 Cup) next season. Army coach Brendan Rodgers has set a sad record. "Fly High" has become the first team after one year and a half had players getting red cards, take 1 penalty and receive 1 goals from situations "burning home goal" in the first match in the Premiership .
Leicester City have followed the "footsteps" of Wolverhampton 0-3 Man City losing carpet in a similar manner in January 2019 in this arena.
Leicester have 59 points, 3rd poor team than Manchester United Chelsea 1 point and the same distance. However, the King Power Stadium will fall if MU wins 5th at 2 daybreak 14/7 Southampton (now Vietnam).
Notably, the MU will host Leicester City in the round of 38 - round the end of the Premiership this season at 26/7 at 22h (now Vietnam). Leicester have won only 1 in 5 rounds closest since back playing after more than 3 months stay for translation Covid-19. They will miss midfielder in the match pillars Soyuncu welcome Sheffield United (who beat Chelsea shock) in the upcoming tournament through suspension.
If the decline continues when the match Sheffield United (17/7) and Tottenham (19/7) - opponents are also tickets for European competition, "flying high" risk when disaster continues to march to Old Trafford Manchester United in the last round match of the English Premier league (26/7).