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The Stats: Opponents strike first, and Leicester draw Leicester come from behind to draw against Burnley

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Burnley were up 2-1 away to Leicester in the Premier League. But, in the third period, Leicester clawed their way back into the game and equalised. The game finished 2-2.

In the 12th minute, Burnley took a 0-1 lead through an own-goal.

Leicester equalised to make it 1-1, when Jamie Vardy found the net, in the 37th minute.

Burnley took the lead just before the half-time whistle as Maxwel Cornet scored.

Five minutes left to play, Leicester’s Jamie Vardy equalised as he netted. The 2-2 goal was the last goal of the game.

The game was the sixth in a row without a win for Burnley.

Leicester have 1 win, 1 draw and 3 losses with a 6–10 goal difference in the last 5 games, while Burnley have 2 draws and 3 losses and a 4–9 goal difference.

The last meeting between the teams ended in a 1-1 draw, with Burnley at home in March 2021.

Leicester have scored 7 goals. They have scored three goals at home. They’ve conceded 10 goals in total.

Burnley have scored 5 goals in this campaign. Away from home they have scored 5 goals. They’ve conceded 11 goals in total.

Leicester have opened the score in 2 of their 5 of the games, and have a winning ratio of 100 percent when scoring the first goal. Burnley have scored 66 percent of their goals in the last 45 minutes, putting up a -5 (2–7) goal difference.

After this game in the Premier League, Leicester will take on Crystal Palace (away) on 02 October 2021, Manchester United (home) on 15 October 2021 and Brentford (away) on 23 October 2021. Burnley play Norwich City (home) on 01 October 2021, Manchester City (away) on 15 October 2021 and Southampton (away) on 22 October 2021.

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