Maddison complains Leicester not hungry for victory Escaping from relegation, still have to push hard.
Leicester City midfielder James Maddison admits. He and his team are not hungry enough to win. After defeating Fulham 5-3 and causing them to continue to escape relegation in the Premier League this season
Leicester were 4-0 down in just 51 minutes, although they managed to make it 5-3 to finish the game. But have already dropped them into the relegation zone. They are two points behind 17th place and have just three games left to play this season.
“I am hurt by this result. It’s a big game for us. and we didn’t succeed We didn’t start this game well enough. And we need to get back to our work completely. We are not hungry enough to want to win this game. It’s tough in each game. The Premier League is never easy for any team. It is a reality that we have to face, keep fighting, keep trying.”
Leicester have three games remaining this season, with Liverpool (h), Newcastle (away) and West Ham United (h).
Although in the past season, Leicester City will not perform very well. after not being able to win European football quotas But one of the most consistent players is inevitably Maddison. Who scored 12 goals and provided eight assists in the English Premier League last season.
Make news that Newcastle wants to grab Maddison to be part of the team. Under Eddie Howe, the first offer was £40m before Leicester reportedly turned it down.