Game time, TV schedule and how to watch Premier League online

Game time, TV schedule and how to watch Premier League online

Game time, TV schedule and how to watch Premier League online

Liverpool eked out a 3-2 draw against Leicester at the King Power Stadium on Saturday, after nearly throwing away 2-0 and 3-1 leads.

Philippe Coutinho set up Mohamed Salah for their 15th-minute opener before striking a majestic free-kick to give his side a two-goal lead on 23 minutes.

Liverpool will be looking to exact revenge on Leicester City this evening after a League Cup defeat midweek.

Worse was to follow - minutes later Mignolet completely clattered into Vardy and a penalty was awarded.

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The hosts did have the ball in the in the 39th minute but Shinji Okazaki's strike was ruled out for offside.

The Reds were always going to come under heavy pressure after Okazaki halved the deficit on the stroke of half-time, yet they still should have done a better job of taking the sting out of the game after the break.

But the reds Egyptian man made immediate amends when he headed in a delicious cross from Phil Coutinho. 1-0.

Moments later Vardy was handed a penalty after being fouled by Mignolet inside the area.

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"I know we have had some tough games - we have played Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea - but every game is tough in this league, so we just need to knuckle down and make sure that we start picking the points up".

A lightning Liverpool counter on the right saw substitute Daniel Sturridge tee up Henderson for a calm low finish, but Klopp's fist-pumping had scarcely ceased when Leicester hit back.

Jordan Henderson made it 3-1 before Vardy netted but he was then denied from the spot by Mignolet.

The Reds are currenty 2-1 up against Leicester and the 25-year-old had a hand in both of the visitors' goals. Luckily for Liverpool they appear to have a penalty saving specialist, as he saved Vardy's attempt from the spot.

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