Leicester City interim manager Adam Sadler expressed his disappointment following the Foxes’ 2-1 defeat by Aston Villa at the King Power Stadium on Tuesday night.
Sadler took charge for the first time since the sacking of Brendan Rodgers.
Ollie Watkins scored the first goal for Aston Villa in the 24th minute.
Harvey Barnes equalized for Leicester after 11 minutes and Bertrand Traore scored for Villa in the 87th minute.
Sadler told LCFC he was disappointed not to earn a point from the match.
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“In terms of the result, of course we are deeply disappointed,” Sadler said
“We came up with a plan and an idea to try and stop Aston Villa. Being behind the game I was pleased with the response of the players, staying positive and on the front foot and trying to make sure we came back with a fantastic goal.
“Their second goal is disappointing. You hope you can see it to at least take a point from the game, but it is what it is, we can only learn from it. We have to get our group together and get ready for Saturday.”
Leicester City is 19th in the Premier League standings with 25 points from 29 games.
The Foxes’ next game is against Bournemouth on Saturday 8th April at the King Power Stadium.
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