BT Sport pundit Peter Crouch admitted that Willy Caballero had “a rush of blood to the head” for Ben Chilwell’s goal against Chelsea.
The Leicester City left-back put the Foxes 2-1 ahead with a smart finish inside the area, before Antonio Rudiger rescued a point for the Blues with his second header of the match.
Caballero replaced Kepa Arrizabalaga in goal for the trip to the King Power Stadium, making his first Premier League appearance of the season.
Frank Lampard opted for a change in between the sticks after several high-profile errors from the club’s record transfer, Arrizabalaga.
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Against the Foxes, Caballero enjoyed a strong return to the side during Chelsea’s 2-2 draw.
The Argentine saved well to deny Jamie Vardy in the first half, although he made an initial error for Ben Chilwell’s strike which put Leicester 2-1 ahead, before Antonio Rudiger grabbed his second of the match to level the score.
After the ball was initially crossed in by Chilwell, Caballero charged after the lose ball to the edge of the area before retreating after realising he would be beaten to the ball.
Ricardo Perreira then got the ball back into the box for Chilwell to steer home into the near post, with Caballero still scrambling across his goal-line trying to get back into position.
Reflecting on the goal, BT Sport pundit Crouch and Robbie Savage admitted the goalkeeper endured “a rush of blood” and made an error of judgement for the goal.
“I think it’s a rush of blood. I think it’s the only thing he did wrong today,” Crouch told BT Sport after the match.
“He’s gone out and once he’s gone out he feels like he has to keep going. It was a rush of blood, I don’t think he would have gone out if he had a second opportunity but it was a great finish from Chilwell.”
Savage added: “Should Caballero go out there?…