Spanish police detain Leicester fans ahead of Atletico match

Spanish police detain Leicester fans ahead of Atletico match

Leicester: Kasper Schmeichel 7, Danny Simpson 7, Robert Huth 8, Yohan Benalouane 8, Christian Fuchs 7, Marc Albrighton 6, Danny Drinkwater 6, Wilfred Ndidi 7, Riyad Mahrez 6, Jamie Vardy 6, Shinji Okazaki 6. We still have a challenge ahead against a very good team, but we are aware of what we need to do for the second-leg.

"It's what you play for, those type of high-pressure games where everything is at stake".

As big of an ask as it is, the Foxes must not lose the first leg.

"We're probably in our best moment of the season".

'These players deserve this opportunity and we aim to keep that going'.

Drinkwater says City have learnt a great deal from competing in the Champions League and the central midfielder is looking forward to welcoming the Spanish outfit to Leicester City Stadium next week for the second leg.

However, Leicester have just had their six-game unbeaten run broken with a 4-2 loss to Everton in their last fixture, after giving up a 2-1 lead at Goodison Park. Morgan will be a miss but is part of the travelling squad so will still have an influence in the dressing room.

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"He's here, he's travelled with the team but no chance of playing", added Shakespeare. They are the only English team remaining in the Champions League and take on Atletico Madrid seeking a place in the semi-finals of the competition.

"Griezmann is a fabulous player", Simeone told a post-match news conference. However, Ronald Koeman's men took over from there with further goals Romelu Lukaku and Phil Jagielka gave them a comfortable victory, but all focus will now be on the trip to the Spanish capital for the Foxes.

Atlético Madrid have kept a clean sheet in 15 of their last 17 Champions League games at the Calderón.

Shakespeare criticized the penalty decision.

And manager Craig Shakespeare claimed his side were undone by referee Jonas Eriksson as he believed Griezmann was fouled outside the area. Despite most likely being without Wes Morgan in the back they will be an immediate threat to Atletico Madrid on the counter. "To win the Premier League shocked the world".

They had looked more comfortable but were caught by a lightning break when Griezmann burst clear on the left.