Manager, Goalkeeper and Defenders
Ralph Hasenhuttl, Manager – 8
Another setback in the early stages of a game looked set to ruin a week of good training once again, but it proves a lot that his players dug in to get the point they deserved.
He still has the dressing room and will continue to, which is why he needs support this summer.
Alex McCarthy, Goalkeeper – 7
One big save to deny Vardy with a free shot on goal. A good performance given he has had his place under threat from Fraser Forster.
Could have been forced into action much more but for the work of his defenders in front of him.
Kyle Walker-Peters, Right-Back – 9
Broke forward with purpose when he had the opportunity to ensure there was still an attack. Some really crucial defending too – particularly when he cleared to deny Jamie Vardy a header at the back post.
We will love the player he eventually becomes with some actual competition behind him next season.
Jan Bednarek, Centre-Back – 7
Part of a brilliantly determined defensive display and deserves praise for that. However, he did lose Jonny Evans easily for the equaliser.
Given how he and his teammates were up against it for so long, this is perhaps harsh because most of the work the defensive unit did was perfect.
Jannik Vestergaard, Centre-Back – N/A
Incredibly unfortunate to be sent off for denying a goalscoring opportunity when he clearly won the ball. The referee made a decision from a long way away and should have been directed to review his decision on the pitchside monitor.
His follow through did catch Vardy, but a red card for that means that he was sent off for the wrong reason anyway.
Jack Stephens, Left-Back – 8
Has been out of favour for a lot of this season but showed that he can step in and do a good job when required – like he has on multiple occasions before.
If he is playing for his future like some are said to be doing, his character in this game wil not