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Gary Rose and Tom Rostance

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  1. Farewell!

    And that's it for the night from the Premier League. VAR-tastic.

    Missed anything?

    Catch up with all of the match reports here and check out the VAR round-up here.


  2. 'We're disappointed we didn't get a penalty - it's so clear'

    FT: Leicester 0-1 Manchester City

    Leicester City

    Kevin de Bruyne

    Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers talking to Sky Sports: "We were obviously bitterly disappointed, we gave so much to the game. It was a terrific game. Everything I asked the players to do in terms of aggression and pressing we did, and caused them problems.

    "We obviously tired towards the end. [The goal] was too easy really. One or two of our players were struggling in terms of the legs at that point.

    "We were always a threat in the game. Of course they have big quality, but I was so pleased with how we defended.

    "There's no magic formula, you've just got to work hard. The players gave everything tonight. We're in a great, great position in the league so its just staying positive."

    On whether Dennis Praet had handballed for the penalty: "Yes, that's the rule. He's gone to block it and it's a penalty and we accept that. But you hope you get them for you as well.

    "We're disappointed we didn't get a penalty - it's so clear. I felt it was the reason VAR was brought in. It was going towards the goal, the corner, and Kevin de Bruyne stops it. He's lifted his arms up. If you look at the reaction of the other players in the wall, their hands were down. It's handball."

  3. 'It's tough to take'

    FT: Leicester 0-1 Manchester City

    Leicester City

    Dennis Paet

    Leicester's Dennis Praet, who conceded a penalty: "It's tough to take today. Of course you are playing against one of the best teams in Europe but we had our chances to score and if you get a goal against you at the end of the game, it's tough to take.

    "I think the rhythm was high, we ran a lot because you know Manchester City is a team that passes the ball very well, but we had a very good organisation, our plan worked well and we had some very good chances, so it's too bad we don't get the points."

    On the penalty decision: "I don't agree because I think it's natural if you protect your face, so from my point of view it was absolutely no penalty."

  4. 'We'll score the next one'

    Manchester City

    Sergio aguero

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola to BBC Sport: "We have missed four penalties in a row, but maybe we will shoot a penalty when we need it to win something. The keepers are good too, but the next one we are going to score."

    Ready for Real Madrid?

    "The preparation after 12 days off was good, we have played two good games, and it’s good to prepare for Madrid with these good opponents. We are playing the kings of the competion, we will see, we will try to enjoy it and do our game."

  5. Post update

    Brendan Rodgers say he is 'bitterly disappointed' and his players did what he asked of them. Says his team tired late on.

    Full reaction to come.

  6. 'We have a contract, we want to stay'

    FT: Leicester 0-1 Manchester City

    Manchester City

    Manchester City goalscorer Gabriel Jesus: "Always when I go on I try to help my team-mates and find space. [Riyad Mahrez] has a lot of quality and I thought 'go' because I know he has the quality to give me the ball, he gave a very good ball and I can score."

    On Pep Guardiola confirming he will stay at Manchester City: "It is important for us, for the club. We have a contract, we want to stay, of course it's important."

  7. 'It was a tough game'

    FT: Leicester 0-1 Manchester City

    Manchester City

    Riyad Mahrex

    Man of the match Riyad Mahrez: "It was a tough game. It's always difficult to come here, they played very deep, five at the back. We tried to break them down but it was difficult. After the second half it was more on the counter, so we had more space and that made the difference.

    "At first I wanted to shoot and then I see the space, and at the last moment I see Gabi. I knew he wasn't going to be offside because he was watching the line, so I gave him the ball and it was a good finish.

    "The most important thing is that we won today even if we miss the penalty. Today we showed a great reaction after the miss.

    "It was a perfect game to prepare [for Real Madrid], a tough game, we are ready."

    On the speculation surrounding Manchester City's European ban: "We just focus on our game. We let the club do the things, we are very confident of the situation and we will see."

  8. Post update

    Pep Guardiola simply says 'next time we will score' when asked about another penalty miss.

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    Yahya: NDIDI-less Leicester struggle again. For now Ndidi is better than Kante

  10. Post update

    It's been a busy day of VAR chat across the Premier League. You may have missed this earlier so take it away Mr Crooks...

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    Video caption: Final Score's Garth Crooks and Leon Osman react to Giovani Lo Celso's controversial tackle
  11. (Nineteen)


    That win makes absolutely no difference to Liverpool's cakewalk to the title but it may have some impact on when and where they win it.

    Second place sewn up?

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  12. 'Leicester ran out of steam'

    FT: Leicester 0-1 Manchester City

    Michael Kightly

    Former Wolves midfielder on BBC Radio 5 Live

    It was a really good game. Leicester were doing fairly well at keeping City out but it was a great goal from Jesus. I just felt with all the possession they had, they wore Leicester out and they ran out of steam in the end. A good win for City.

  13. Post update

    Leicester 0-1 Manchester City

    Pep Guardiola gets Jamie Vardy in a payful headlock of sorts, he loves a little chat with the opposition. He then hugs Gabriel Jesus with even more force.


    Leicester 0-1 Manchester City

    Leicester will think they could, should have had at least one penalty but it's Manchester City who take the points with a strong second-half showing.

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    SMS Message: "City going down with a billion in the bank" ringing round the king power. UEFA can't take our sense of humour at least. from Daniel
  16. Post update

    Leicester 0-1 Manchester City

    Kevin de Bruyne takes the ball into the corner, game management. Leicester send on Ayoze Perez for Christian Fuchs, feels a bit late for that one?

  17. Post update

    Leicester 0-1 Manchester City

    Into the last minute...

  18. Post update

    Leicester 0-1 Manchester City

    Leicester have been as game as ever but they haven't had a shot on target since half-time. Kasper Schmeichel rolls his team-mates into trouble, Youri Tielemans loses out and Benardo Silva drives wide from the edge of the box.