Leicester adds more sorrows to manager-less Everton as The Toffees have gone four matches without a win.
Jamie Vardy strike at the 18th minutes before Gray doubled the lead for 2015/ 2016 champions at the 29th minutes.
The new manager of Leicester Claude Puel liked the attitude of his new boys and said he was impressed.
“I saw a team in Leicester with a good attitude, a good structure and a lot of solidarity. I was impressed with my players. I hope it’s just the beginning of something.” Said Puel.
Meanwhile care taker David Unsworth’s side created numerous chances as a result of dominance in their opponents’ territory but had two on goal attempts.
The Toffees after spending fortune on Wayne Rooney, Sigurdsson and other players have endured difficult times as results have not been tangible.
Unsworth understood that their lack of performance in the first half cost them the game as Leicester took advantage and scored two goals.
“Second half we were much, much better, but we gave them a two-goal start because we didn’t perform in the first half.” Said the French tactician.
He also noted that time is paramount for whoever takes the Job of managing the swiftly declining club.
“Whoever gets the honor of being Everton manager, myself included, needs time with this set of players because you all have your own set of ideas. Every coach and manager has their idea of how they want to play, I certainly do, and you need time on the training ground to implement those ideas.”
The results of the game put Leicester eleventh on the table with three wins, three draws and four loses after ten matches. They will play their next fixture on 4th November against Stoke City.
Meanwhile after ten matches with two draws, two wins and ten loses, Everton is eighteenth on the table with eight points. The will play their next game in Europa league away to Lyon on Thursday 2nd November before returning for a premier league fixture at home against Watford on Sunday 5th November.