Leicester City boss Brenan Rodgers has no regrets over his side’s loss to Man City on Saturday despite being one of the many teams angling to finish among the top four.
The Foxes lost 2-0 to Pep Guardiola's side at King Power Stadium with the setback being their first defeat in five games across all competitions but speaking after the game, Rodgers believes that City was the better team in the day.
“The best team won the game. We were competitive in the first half and defensively didn't concede so much. We weren't so good with the ball. We just didn't quite have that efficiency and speed in our game, but still kept the score at 0-0.
“It looked like we may be scored towards the end of the first half with a good move, but it was just offside. We're disappointed with the two goals that we conceded. The first one, we could have been better in. We opened up space and just lost our organization a little bit, then it opened up space centrally.
“We had some chances in the game, but we can have no complaints. We're disappointed with the result, but we'll take 24 hours, and we'll go again," Rodgers told LCFC TV.
A first defeat in five for the Foxes.— Leicester City (@LCFC) April 3, 2021
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