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Premier League Player Ratings: Leicester City 0 - 2 West Ham

How many more ways are there to say “that was bad”?

Leicester City v West Ham United - Premier League Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images

It was another miserable performance by Leicester City as West Ham traveled to the King Power and left with a 2-0 victory. Everybody was bad.

Ben Hamer - 5

Looked extremely fragile on occasion and possibly could have done better on Mark Noble’s wonder-volley.

Yohan Benalouane - 5

Actually made a handful of timely interventions, but got turned into a pretzel by Masuaku on the wing in the buildup to West Ham’s opening goal.

Leicester City v West Ham United - Premier League
The legendary #yb29pablopicasso in action.
Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images

Wes Morgan - 4

Couldn’t keep up throughout the game.

Harry Maguire - 5

Wasn’t as impactful defensively as he normally is. Moved into the midfield later and came close to scoring with a long-range effort.

Christian Fuchs - 6

Replaced Chilwell and defended well with six interceptions and six clearances.

Riyad Mahrez - 4

His creativity was stunted once again. Tried to do too much on occasion and dribbled out of a clear chance.

Vicente Iborra - 4

Easy to forget he was even on the pitch.

Hamza Choudhury - 6

Made a few crucial interceptions. If that sounds familiar it’s because it can be said about almost every one of his appearances.

Leicester City v West Ham United - Premier League
The only good thing to come from this game was this picture of Hamza Choudhury being heroic.
Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images

Fousseni Diabaté - 6

A little too loose with the ball but once again he was one of the only Foxes even attempting to push towards goal. He continues to display incredibly fluid movement with the ball at his feet.

Adrien Silva - 6

Struggled to link-up with Vardy as the number 10 but he was individually positive.

Jamie Vardy - 5

Poor guy must get extremely lonely up there. It’s like his teammates forget that there is an elite striker they can pass to.

Aleksander Dragovic - 6

Made a number of clearances in his 45 minutes of play time.

Kelechi Iheanacho - 5

Came on in the 60th minute and remained mostly anonymous.

Demarai Gray - 6

Also came on in the 60th minute but made a little bit more of his opportunity than Iheanacho.

I honestly don’t even know who should receive the Man of the Match award for this one. Diabaté, maybe? Yea, let’s go with that. Fousseni Diabaté is your Man of the Match. Hooray.