Leicester City were held to a goalless draw against FC Copenhagen in their Champions League group G clash this evening.
Neither side were able to find the finishing touch and come away with all three points. They had a combined 29 shots at goal, but only 3 of them were on target.
Claudio Ranieri experimented with a 3-4-3 system in the first half, but it was clear to see that it was not working and Leicester reverted to their usual 4-4-2. They played the majority of the game without possession about only had 44% of the ball tonight.
It was a tough night for the Foxes, but they’re a point closer to the knock-out stages of the Champions League. They are also guaranteed a third-place finish, meaning they will definitely continue to play some form of European football this season.
The Premier League champions face Club Brugge later this month knowing that a win will guarantee their qualification for the next round. The Leicester fairy-tale continues.