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Burnley v Leicester City - player ratings

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1. Kasper Schmeichel

The City keeper produced some good saves when called upon and kept his 10th clean sheet of the season.

Rating 7

2. Ritchie De Laet

Shook off a back injury to face the Clarets and didn't look hindered by the problem as he used his pace effectively in both defence and attack.

Rating 7

5. Wes Morgan

Not only is he a defensive rock, but he also showed considerable skill to produce the cross that led to David Nugent's winner.

Rating 7

22. liam moore

Called up after Zak Whitbread was injured and did superbly well. Has now established himself in the City squad.

Rating 7

3. Paul Konchesky

A steadying influence at left-back and provided some attacking width with some darting runs down the touchline in the second half.

Rating 7

4. Danny Drinkwater

Bossed the midfield wth Matty James alongside him in this new formation. He doesn't get outnumbered and can influence the game.

Rating 7

16. Matty James

Growing in stature with each game. Did an excellent job in midfield against the club he supported as a boy.

Rating 7

7. Ben Marshall

Works hard and can deliver a telling cross, and was unlucky on two occasions with stinging shots that goalkeeper Lee Grant pushed away.

Rating 6

24. Anthony Knockaert

Given an attacking midfield role just behind Nugent and showed some good touches, but not as effective as in previous games.

Rating 6

11. Lloyd Dyer

Provides some much-needed width down the left but can become isolated when City don't get the ball out to him enough.

Rating 6

35. David Nugent

Led the line superbly and produced an excellent finish for the winner. He was the difference between one point and all three.

Rating 8


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