Roy Keane slams Leicester after their 5-2 defeat at Brighton

‘They gave up the fight’: Roy Keane slams ‘SHOCKING’ Leicester after a ‘disgraceful’ collapse in 5-2 defeat at Brighton – and warns under-fire Brendan Rodgers that he’s in ‘trouble’

  • Leicester were drawing 2-2 at half time but still lost 5-2 to in-form Brighton
  • Roy Keane said the Foxes lacked ‘commitment and desire’ and were ‘shocking’
  • He also said that manager Brendan Rodgers was ‘in trouble’ after the game

Roy Keane has laid into Leicester for a ‘disgraceful’ second half performance in their 5-2 loss to Brighton on Sunday.

The Foxes took the lead in the first minute of the game through Kelechi Iheanacho and were drawing 2-2 at half time after a goal from Patson Daka, but capitulated against an in-form Brighton side in the second half.

Brendan Rodgers’ side has now lost five games in a row, and sit bottom of the Premier League with one point from six games.

Roy Keane has slammed Leicester for putting in a ‘shocking’ performance against Brighton

The Foxes were drawing 2-2 at half time but ended up losing the game 5-2

Speaking after the game on Sky Sports, Roy Keane said: ‘Leicester put in a disrgraceful performance in the second half. 

‘They Gave up the fight. Shocking. No commitment. No desire. Brendan Rodgers is in trouble with that second half performance.’

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Leicester’s poor showings on the pitch come after a frustrating transfer window off it, as key players like Kasper Schmeichel and Wesley Fofana left the club and few signings were made.

Keane added that Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers was ‘in trouble’ after the poor showing

It was a much better afternoon for Brighton who remain fourth in the league after an impressive display.

 Alexis Mac Allister scored a brace and had another stunning strike ruled out by VAR.

There were also goals for Leandro Trossard and Moises Caicedo as the Seagulls scored five goals in a top-flight game for the first time in their history.




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