Leicester City goalkeeper, Kasper Schmeichel has come out to say that he is not sure about Kelechi Iheanacho’s penalty vs Manchester City. He recently revealed that he is not sure if the referee was right to award the spot-kick in the Community Shield.
According to him, he remains unsure about the decision because he is always biased about goalkeepers, but he is pleased with the end result.
He added that winning the Community Shield is super amazing for his club and teammates.
His words, “I thought we passed through them quite well in the first half, and then we got the goal at the end,”
“I am not sure about the [penalty] ruling, but I am biased towards goalkeepers. We get the chance and their goalkeeper makes the save, but then there is the penalty, so you are getting two chances, two bites of the cherry almost.”
“I feel for their keeper, he has made a great save, but that is secondary, winning is the most important thing for us.”
“We are very happy, we will never get tired of lifting trophies. It’s something we want to do,”
“It is something we want to try to do, to get into the habit of playing in these games, so we are extremely happy. I have great memories here and it is great to lift the trophy, you could see what it means to the players and fans.”
“We are not going out to prove ourselves [against the big six], because we know what a good team we can be. We are a struggle for any team.”
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