On the evening of October 4th, Beijing time, in the fourth round of the Premier League, Leicester City scored zero goals in their 0-3 home defeat to West Ham United, according to statistics. This is the third time since the 2003/04 season that the Blue Foxes have scored zero goals at home. The first 2 matches were against Liverpool and Manchester City
This campaign played against West Ham United at home and won the Premier League's 3 consecutive wins. Leicester City finally swallowed a 0-3 loss. In the whole game, Rogers' team scored 4 effective shots, but none Hit within the goal range.
In stoppage time, Harvey Barnes scored a goal, but the goal was invalid due to Vardy's offside.
According to statistics from the well-known football data website Opta, since the 2003/04 season, this is the third time that Leicester City have zero goals at home in the Premier League. The previous two were against Manchester United in November 2017 and Liverpool in December 2019. .