Chelsea will feel like they could have won today at the King Power Stadium but a whole host of missed chances in the first-half cost them.
It has been the story of Frank Lampard’s season at Stamford Bridge – who has been saying time and time again that profligacy has cost them dear this campaign.
It ended 2-2 at the King Power Stadium in a result that will give the likes of Manchester United and Tottenham hope of getting back into the top four.
Tammy Abraham had some brilliant chances to break the deadlock in the opening 45 minutes after some quality crosses from Reece James.
But the 22-year-old could not get on the end of the deliveries – though it did not take long for a goal to come after half-time.
Almost immediately, Mason Mount’s fine corner was met by Antonio Rudiger who capitalised on a half-second moment of indecision from Kasper Schmeichel.
But the Foxes bit back not long after when a lovely sweeping move found Harvey Barnes on the wing.
Ben Chilwell scored Leicester’s second
Chelsea can lament the fact that it hit Andreas Christensen and looped over Willy Caballero, the second time in two matches it has happened to the Argentine.
However, the former Manchester City keeper can only blame himself for the second when Youri Tielemans cut back the ball for Ben Chilwell to knock it into the net.
Caballero, standing in for the dropped Kepa Arrizabalaga, came charging out for the ball prior to the low cross, leaving his net almost empty before the English full-back scored.
Rudiger was in the mood, however, and met another brilliant Mount delivery to score his second of the match in his 100 appearances for Chelsea.
Despite some huffing and puffing from both sides, a winner could not be found and the points were shared between Brendan Rodgers and Lampard.
Chelsea player ratings: Caballero 4; James 7, Rudiger 8, Christensen 6, Azpilicueta 6; Kante 8, Jorginho 6 (Kovacic 6);…