If Leicester City’s second half performance at the Vitality were to be a vaccine for COVID-19, surely it won’t work because of lack of vitality.
The Foxes Champions League chase hit a major setback after they were annihilated 4-1 by a “never say die” Bournemouth side.
Eddie Howe’s side ended a nine game winless run with a remarkable victory over the Foxes as the Cherries capitalised on Leicester City’s abysmal and Shambolic defending which saw Çaglar Söyüncü got set off and Kasper Schmechiel gave away a penalty.
Junior Stanislas penalty, a brace from Dominic Solanke and an own goal by Johnny Evans erased Jamie Vardy’s 23rd goal of the season as the Cherries keep the dream of staying in the Premier League with three games to go.
For Brendan Rodgers’ men, they now have a tough task ahead of them as they currently sit in 4th position with a point ahead of Manchester United who have a game in hand.
The Foxes play Tottenham and Manchester United in their last three games if the season which suggest the possibility of them missing out of the Champions League spot.