A Dream Come True For Leicester Dewsbury HallIt was a Dream come true for Dewsbury Hall on Sunday‚ as he scored his first Premier League goal for the Foxes in a 2-1 win over Crystal Palace. The midfielder‚ who came on as a substitute for James Maddison‚ was praised by Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers for his effort‚ honesty‚ and attacking ability. Dewsbury Hall also scored a stunning second.
Dewsbury-Hall scored his first Premier League goal in a 2-1 win over Crystal PalaceKiernan Dewsbury-Hall made his debut in the Premier League for Leicester City less than five months ago. The striker has already made the squad as a regular‚ despite loan spells at Blackpool and Luton Town. His unfussy demeanour and no-frills haircut have made him a popular addition to Rodgers' squad. His goal was the first goal he has scored at this stadium. Leicester continued their fine recent form with a 2-1 win over Crystal Palace. Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall scored his first Premier League goal and set up another in the second half to help the Foxes jump over the Eagles. The young forward threaded a pass for Ademola Lookman‚ who scored his first Premier League goal since February. The goal came six minutes later after Palace defender Marc Guehi miscontrolled the ball in his own half. Leicester's victory over Crystal Palace was a timely reminder of how important Dewsbury-Hall is to the club. The youngster had not shown much of his offensive potential in the Premier League before‚ but he has improved greatly since making his debut in the Europa League. The striker will now head to PSV for his first ever Premier League start‚ while Man Utd will face PSV Eindhoven for the second leg of the Europa Conference League quarter-final on Thursday. After conceding the first goal‚ Crystal Palace's sloppy play began to unravel. The sloppy play highlighted Andersen's inability to clear the ball. However‚ after conceding the penalty‚ Tielemans drew Jordan Ayew from the penalty spot. Zaha's second penalty was saved by Schmeichel‚ but he nodded in the rebound. It was too late for Palace to get back into the game and Leicester held on for victory.
He came on as a substitute for James MaddisonHe came on as a substitute for James MADISON at Leicester Dewsbury Hall‚ but his impact on the game was significant. The attacking midfielder contributed to a goal by Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall in the 45th minute. Maddison finished with team-high totals of crosses‚ chances created‚ and shots. He has scored three goals in his last four games and is now considered a first-team starter. He came on as a substitute for James MADISON at Leicester‚ where he impressed with his slick passing and excellent distribution. Dewsbury-Hall‚ like Maddison‚ is a talented academy graduate‚ who thrived at Championship side Luton Town. He can play three different midfield positions‚ making him versatile. The 22-year-old is still a youngster‚ so his chances of starting for Leicester are limited. The game was a nightmare for both sides‚ with Maddison claiming to be feeling faint after coming off. The Leicester medical staff examined him and guided him down the tunnel‚ but he was fine after the game. The physios also checked his pulse and helped him back into the dressing room‚ where Brendan Rodgers confirmed that he would be fit for the next game. After the game‚ the contrasting teams showed how different they were. The visitors were aggressive and competitive‚ and the game had a lot of attacking moments. The goal was close enough for Schlupp to equalise‚ but his flick was blocked by a sea of Leicester bodies. Despite this‚ Leicester showed that they could match Tottenham Hotspur. This is a good indication of what to expect from both sides in the remainder of the season.
He scored a sublime secondKiernan Dewsbury-Hall set up the opening goal and scored the second to secure a 2-1 win over Crystal Palace on Tuesday night. The 24-year-old had earlier assisted Ademola Lookman's opener and made a superb second in the first half. Dewsbury-Hall's goal helped Leicester move above Palace into ninth place in the Premier League and to the brink of the Europa Conference League quarter-final against PSV Eindhoven. The first half was a thriller as Leicester went in leading at the break. Leicester scored in the second half when they produced a sublime team goal. Madders' flick sent Barnes in behind the Geordie defence and he squared the ball to Daka who finished superbly into the empty net. After a thrilling first half‚ Leicester dominated possession and held on to ninth place after their stunning display. The Belgian defender hauled back Laporte for the first penalty and then tripped Sterling to concede the second‚ but he was anonymous apart from the sublime second. Dewsbury-Hall was largely overshadowed by Man City's free-flowing midfield in the first half but was a vital contributor to Leicester's attack. In the second half‚ the winger's goal was sublime and helped the team stage a comeback.
He played on the left side of a three-man midfieldLeicester City Academy graduate Dewsbury Hall started four Premier League games in a row during December‚ proving his value as a dynamic presence in the middle of the park. He dominated possession‚ completed more passes than any team-mate and supplied Ademola Lookman with a superb finish. Dewsbury-Hall has also been a standout performer for the Foxes this season. Having played at clubs like Blackpool and Luton Town‚ Dewsbury-Hall was the first player signed by Leicester. The midfielder is a natural left-sided player and has forged an important understanding with Barnes. As part of a three-man midfield‚ he plays on the left side alongside Wilfrid Ndidi and Youri Tielemans. Although he only made his Premier League debut five months ago‚ Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall has already earned his place among the club's best. He possesses a simple haircut and a no-nonsense demeanour. It would be surprising if the Englishman did not receive a ball from Zinedine Zidane as Nathaniel. Against Crystal Palace‚ Dewsbury-Hall was a key player. He helped set up both goals and scored one himself. Leicester started the game on the front foot but missed a golden opportunity when Luke Thomas put him through. Later in the half‚ Ademola Lookman made up for his mistake. The Leicester team will now travel to PSV Eindhoven for their next Premier League match.
He is an antithesis of many of today's starsKiernan Dewsbury-Hall made his Premier League debut just five months ago‚ and already he is one of Leicester City's standout performers. The no-nonsense Englishman plays on the left side of a three-man midfield‚ battling to win the ball back and displaying eye-catching quality when he does have the ball. But while his appearance might be the antithesis of many of today's stars‚ his game is a sharp contrast to most of the stars in today's game. Leicester's next game is the Europa Conference League second leg against PSV Eindhoven‚ while the Eagles face Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-final on Sunday. Dewsbury-Hall has starred in both Leicester's recent matches‚ and his first Premier League goal came in a 2-0 win against Crystal Palace. He played a key role in both goals‚ threading a pass for Ademola Lookman to score his first goal since February. Then‚ just six minutes later‚ he scored his own goal.
Palace arrive in decent form, but #LCFC's home record over recent months is actually really good.
Only one defeat at the King Power Stadium in their last 13 here. — Jordan Blackwell (@JrdnBlackwell) April 10, 2022