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Summary

  1. Ulloa converts penalty to rescue point for Leicester
  2. Foxes miss chance to go 10 points clear at top of Premier League
  3. Bournemouth 1-2 Liverpool
  4. Fourth-place Arsenal host Crystal Palace (16:00 BST)

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By Phil Dawkes

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All-in-all that was a pretty uneventful affair then. Just a sending off, four goals, a  couple of penalties, a controversial refereeing display and a result that plays in to a cracking title race. Nothing to see here. Well, not any more because that is all from me.

But do not fear, for we have more football to bring you this afternoon and this evening, starting with Arsenal v Crystal Palace. You can find that here.

Leicester 2-2 West Ham

Leonardo Ulloa to BBC Sport: "I also practice my shooting, I was confident, last season I got some penalties I do not think about the pressure.

"It was a good moment, after the goal I feel how important the goal was."

Leandro Ulloa
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Leicester 2-2 West Ham

Andy Carroll to BBC Sport: "A couple of decisions were not the greatest and got them a draw.

"I am surprised he didn't give our penalty earlier and at the end I feel like he has tried to equal it out. l think that is what he was going for, he ran straight into me."

'We did enough to win the game'

Leicester 2-2 West Ham

Slaven Bilic to Sky Sports: "We are gutted, we did enough to win the game, before last five seconds.

"The game went that way, hard for referee with the crowd. I feel for him. Although It was not a penalty.

"On one hand Leicester is right, it is not a penalty, they have been doing this all year.

"We showed character and quality, even in the first-half. They scored from counter-attack but we didn't lose shape, we coped well in second-half with counterattacks after equaliser we didn't stop searching for a second goal. Cresswell scored a great goal and then that happened. We did enough to win the game and deserved to win it."

Leicester 2-2 West Ham

A cagey Claudio Ranieri to Sky Sports: "The sending off changed our match.

"I judge my players not the referee, the referee is not my matter.

"Our performance was fantastic, this is our soul, we play every match with this, blood, heart and soul, it was magnificent. This point is very important psychologically."

Leicester City owners
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Unhappy Hammers

Leicester 2-2 West Ham

West Ham's Winston Reid: "It was a fun match but again it was a game we couldn't hold onto the result, that is the ithird or fourth time in a row. It is a bit disappointing, there were some dodgy decisions. Take your pick. At the end of the day he (Wes Morgan) has pulled me, some are given, some aren't."

West Ham's Andy Carroll: "It is always gong to happen (the foul on Reid), for me it was a penalty. The one given against me, he was going down before I got to him, 100% he took a touch, the referee has looked to even it out."

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Matt Crowson: As a Leicester fan it WAS right to send Vardy off but the inconsistency of the refs decisions were appalling.  

Neal Collins: Of course Morgan on Reid was penalty. So was Ogbonna on Huth. Refs need to stop this nonsense in the box.

Joe Giles: Referee wasn't biased to WHU or LEI. Just very inconsistent. Referees are bringing the game down for most teams at the minute.

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Leicester 2-2 West Ham

Times journalist Henry Winter is not impressed with Jonathan Moss' refereeing performance...

Moss (King Power 2016) goes into the top 3 worst refereeing displays I've covered along with Collina (Goodison 2005) & Ovrebo (Bridge 2009).

Leicester 2-2 West Ham

That equalising goal came from the 11th penalty Leicester have been awarded this season. That is the most in the Premier League.

In contrast, West Ham's penalty was their first away in the Premier League since October 2010.

'We will always fight to the death'

Leicester 2-2 West Ham

Leicester's Danny Simpson to Sky Sports: "We have shown today our team spirit and togetherness.

"We will always fight to the death. We cannot control other things, we can fight and work hard.

"Jeff Schlupp did well to get a penalty and Leonardo Ulloa slotted it away when there was a lot of pressure on him.

"I think that will turn out to be a massive point, not many teams go 2-1 down and do what we did, psychologically it will give us a massive boost."

Leandro Ulloa
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Leicester 2-2 West Ham

Referee Jonathan Moss is escorted from the pitch by a security detail. It would be fair to say that he has played a big role in this game. Two penalties given, a few more turned down, a red card dished out. He's got a lengthy report to fill out.

Jonathan Moss
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Leicester 2-2 West Ham

Mark Lawrenson

Former Liverpool defender on BBC Radio 5 live

"In the end I think Leicester have a penalty that isn't a penalty. The crowd are slaughtering the referee but he might have given them the penalty that helps them win the league."

FULL-TIME

Leicester 2-2 West Ham

It is the last kick. What an amazing finish. 10-man Leicester rescue a point as West Ham throw away what looked a nailed-on victory.

The gap is eight points at the top.

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Leicester 2-2 West Ham

Mark Lawrenson

Former Liverpool defender on BBC Radio 5 live

"That is a very well taken penalty under enormous pressure, but if we are giving penalties for that then there are 10 a game."

GOAL - Leicester 2-2 West Ham

Leonardo Ulloa

It is the last kick of the game. The last chance for Leicester to snatch a crucial point. Leonardo Ulloa makes no mistake, sending Adrian the wrong way and finding the bottom right corner. More twists and turns than a twisty, turny thing.

Leonardo Ulloa
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PENALTY to Leicester

Leicester 1-2 West Ham

They have got something. More than something. Jonathan Moss has one more big decision to make as Andy Carroll - why is he there?! - fouls Jeffrey Schlupp just inside the area. Mr Moss points to the spot.

I'm too biased to comment, I know, but the inconsistency of the refereeing is remarkable.

Leicester 1-2 West Ham

Four minutes added. We've had one of them. Leicester now desperate for something. Anything.

Slaven Bilic
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Paul Moore: Has lucky Leicester's lucky luck finally run out? Losing now, with Vardy suspended next game, then a tough final three games.

Leicester 1-2 West Ham

We've got tears in the stands. One young Leicester fan can't take it and is buried in his mum's thigh, pouring his eyes out. 

Meanwhile, on the pitch, Robert Huth goes down with Angelo Ogbonna's arm wrapped round his neck. Jonathan Moss waves away the protests. If the foul on Reid was a penalty, then so is that.

Robert Huth
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Leicester 1-2 West Ham

Mark Lawrenson

Former Liverpool defender on BBC Radio 5 live

"Antonio also did brilliantly down the right hand side with the cross.The ball sat up beautifully for Cresswell, he had a touch on his thigh, composed himself and unleashed a left foot volley that was unstoppable."

Aaron Cresswell
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GOAL - Leicester 1-2 West Ham

Aaron Cresswell

Oh my word! A superb goal from Aaron Cresswell has turned this game on it's head.

Michail Antonio does really well to get to the byline and after his cross is glanced away by a Leicester head, Cresswell picks up possession on an angle on the left and smashes a shot over Kasper Schmeichel and into the far top corner.

A Hammer blow, in every way. And an almighty twist in the title race.

Aaron Cresswell
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Leicester 1-1 West Ham

Mark Lawrenson

Former Liverpool defender on BBC Radio 5 live

"When Wes Morgan watches this later on, it will be which part of the body did he not pull back."

GOAL - Leicester 1-1 West Ham

Andy Carroll

Andy Carroll makes no mistake from the spot. Leicester's resistance is broken. Now they have to hang on for a point.

Andy Carroll
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Andy Carroll
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PENALTY to West Ham

Leicester 1-0 West Ham

West Ham corner is swung in, Winston Reid falls under a shove from Wes Morgan. Penalty. It would be fair to say the home fans are not happy. Jonathan Moss is not winning many friends.

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Kwame Manu-Antwi: Even Payet's free kick magic has deserted him. Leicester for the title.

Leicester 1-0 West Ham

OK, so West Ham have had more possession since Vardy's sending off, but they have hardly put Leicester under serious pressure. And Kasper Schmeichel hasn't been properly tested.

Claudi Ranieri
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Leicester 1-0 West Ham

Mark Lawrenson

Former Liverpool defender on BBC Radio 5 live

"That is the worse free-kick I have ever seen Payet take. IT never started on the goal and ended up about six metres over the bar,"

Leicester 1-0 West Ham

Not one for the Payet scrapbook. He beats the wall but also the crossbar, by some distance.

SUBSTITUTION

Leicester 1-0 West Ham

With Payet lining up the free-kick, Leicester withdraw Mahrez and send on Daniel Amartey.

YELLOW CARD

Leicester 1-0 West Ham

Wes Morgan goes into the book for a foul on Andy Carroll. This free-kick is in Payet territory...

Leicester 1-0 West Ham

The game continues to be played in the Leicester half as West Ham attack down the right. Michail Antonio gets to the byline and crosses low but N'Golo Kante cuts it out and the home side clear.

Leonardo Ulloa
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Leicester 1-0 West Ham

Leicester are deep. West Ham can't get through. From a corner, Angelo Ogbonna juggles the ball with his back to goal before flicking it into his own face. Interesting.

Leicester 1-0 West Ham

Emmanuel Emenike fires over from outside the box after  Dimitri Payet is taken down. Both sets of fans boo. West Ham because of what they saw as a foul, Leicester because they are still smarting from Vardy's dismissal and perceive some double-standards.

Dimitri Payet
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SUBSTITUTION

Leicester 1-0 West Ham

Victor Moses is taken off to be replaced by Enner Valencia. West Ham trying to find the magic formula up front to unlock this solid Leicester defence.

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Dharma Djojonegoro: Watched that replay dozen times now...speaking as a neutral I must say the yellow card is extremely harsh. Ridiculous decision.

Rich Olyott: Interesting to see how Leicester get on without Vardy from the off next game... 

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Leicester 1-0 West Ham

West ham try to play the ball through the centre of the pitch but it is heavily congested with blue shirts. You shall not pass.

Leicester 1-0 West Ham

Mark Lawrenson

Former Liverpool defender on BBC Radio 5 live

"Leicester have been in this position this season where they are protecting a 1-0 lead with 10 outfield players, but they have not done it with nine and they usually have that wonderful outlet player in Jamie Vardy."

Leicester 1-0 West Ham

Victor Moses offers a half-hearted appeal for a penalty, but Danny Drinkwater has done nothing wrong in steering him out of play as he drives to the left byline.

Fury at Leicester

Phil McNulty

BBC Sport chief football writer at The King Power Stadium

Leicester City's fans are furious about referee Jon Moss's decision to give Jamie Vardy a second yellow card for diving - but in my opinion it was fully justified as that was so theatrical as he chased with Angelo Ogbonna.

West Ham have real chances here now. What a twist.

Jamie Vardy
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