Wilfred Ndidi gifted Mason Mount an early goal before equalising himself as an impressive Leicester pooped Frank Lampard’s homecoming party
That was a game of two distinct 45-minute segments. Chelsea were good in the first half and deserved to lead; Leicester were brilliant in the second and deserved at least an equaliser. James Maddison was both the best player on the pitch and the biggest culprit; he missed a sitter that would have given Leicester the lead.
Wilfred Ndidi was the biggest influence on the match. He gifted Mason Mount a goal on his home debut, and then equalised with a sympathic, humane, kindly header.