Premier League: Aston Villa vs Leicester City Player Ratings

Aston Villa vs Leicester City: Aston Villa locked horns with Leicester City at their home on Matchday 15 of 21-22 season of the Premier League. The Steven Gerald-led side hosted Brendon Rodger’s foxes at Villa Park.

Villa dominated the game but will have to settle for a single point tonight as Leicester somehow managed to hold them out for a draw. The Brendon Rodgers side was outplayed tonight by a far better Aston Villa side and will look for a better result in their upcoming fixtures.

Let’s take a look at the player ratings for the match:-

Aston Villa vs Leicester City Player Ratings

Aston Villa

Ollie Watkins

Emiliano Martinez (GK) (6.5/10): The Argentine had a decent outing at home, against a tough attacking lineup. Martinez made some crucial saves to keep his side in the game but conceded an early goal from Harvey in the fourteenth minute of the game.

Ashley Young (7/10): Young had a productive outing tonight at Villa Park. The veteran left-back was good on both attack and defensive fronts. He was a bit sloppy with the ball on his feet in the second half of the game.

Tyrone Mings (5.5/10): Mings did not have a great night based on the standards the player has set for himself, he was caught out of position by the Leicester forwards on multiple occasions.

Erzi Konsa (9/10): Konsa scored twice for Villa in the game, an early equalizer in the first half of the game, courtesy of a great header from Buendia, followed up by an outstanding header in the fifty-third minute providing Villa their match-winning lead.

Matty Cash (8/10): It was a busy night for Matty Cash, he was constantly under threat from Barnes. But, he did manage to put on a great show, with good defensive blocks and a great assist into the box from the far-post that allowed Buendia to score the early equalizer for Villa.

Douglas Luiz (5.5/10): Luiz did not have a noteworthy night, he did not feature much in the game and seemed to be out of touch tonight.

Marvelous Nakamba (7.5/10): Nakamba played his defensive duties very well throughout the match as he made some nice interceptions, stopping Leicester in their tracks. The Central midfielder also moved up during attacks to provide an additional man in the third.

John McGinn (7/10): McGinn had a pleasant outing at the midfield tonight. He rotated the ball well from the midfield, creating great chances for Villa at the counter.

Emiliano Buendia (8/10): Buendia had a great time on the field tonight, the forward made some great moves in the attacking third creating pressure on Leicester’s defensive unit, he made a great header on target that was gently tapped-in by Konsa for a goal.

Jacob Ramsey (5.5/10): Ramsey’s night was soured by a disallowed goal courtesy of VAR. He did bounce back after the decision against him and was a crucial part of Villa’s attack unit.

Ollie Watkins (5.5/10): Watkins lacked composure in the attacking third tonight, as he failed to convert twice from inside the box. Watkins will look for a better outing in their next fixture, despite a win tonight.


Morgan Sanson (6/10): Sanson played his role well tonight against Leicester City, after being subbed on in the closing half of the game the player managed to make some noteworthy passes in the attacking third.

Carney Chuwuemeka (7/10): Chuwuemeka had a great day tonight at home, coming in as a substitute, the Austrian midfielder contributed well in the central and attacking third of the field, he was in a constant battle with Maddison for the ball and found the upper hand over his foe on multiple occasions.

Axel Tuanzebe (N/A):

Leicester City

Premier League: Aston Villa vs Leicester City Player Ratings 2

Kasper Schmeichel (GK) (6.5/10): Schmeichel had a busy outing between the posts as he thwarted constant attacks from a hungry Villa side. He made some crucial saves for Leicester, one of which came in the first half as he stopped Ramsey a split second before the player scored a VAR ruled out Goal.

Luke Thomas (7/10): Thomas made some crucial clearances in the box, stopping Villa from gaining the lead over his side. The full-back produced some decent long balls that could have been converted by Leicester tonight.

Caglar Soyuncu (5.5/10): Soyuncu did not have much impact in tonight’s fixture. The defender made some defensive errors in their half which allowed the Aston Villa forwards to dominate him in the box.

Johny Evans (7.5/10): Evans played a rock-solid part in Leicester’s outing against Villa. He was precise with his long balls to create attacking chances throughout the game.

Timothy Castagne (5.5/10): Castagne looked a bit off his groove tonight as he made little to no effort to hold off the Aston Villa midfielders in the central half of the field. He will surely look to shrug off tonight’s game and focus on Leicester’s upcoming games.

Dewsbury-Hall (7/10): Hall played his role in the midfield tonight, he constantly tried to rotate the ball to his teammates, creating opportunities in the attacking third of the field for his forwards.

Wilfred Ndidi (7/10): Ndidi had a balanced day tonight at Villa Park. He made some key contributions in the midfield in the first half of the game but was outnumbered by Aston Villa attackers in the second half as they cruised past in numbers.

Ademola Lookman (7/10): Lookman looked a little out of touch in the initial half of the game, but found his groove as the game progressed. The winger made some good link-up play with Daka in the attacking third before being subbed out for Vardy in the sixty-fifth minute.

James Maddison (7.5/10): The Leicester midfielder continues with his good form in the Premier League. The Englishman made some crucial tackles throughout the game to avoid Villa from scoring an advantage over his side.

Harvey Barnes (8.5/10): Barnes was a constant threat for Villa from the left, cutting inside and creating good chances throughout the game. He scored an early goal for Leicester in the fourteenth minute of the game. He remained a constant pain for Villa’s defensive in the second half of the game.

Patson Daka (7.5/10): Daka was a solid figure in the attacking third, he was great in holding the play and distributed the ball well to his teammates out-wide. His physical presence created constant pressure on Villa’s defensive line-up.


Jamie Vardy (6.5/10): Vardy came on in the sixty-fifth minute of the game. The thirty-four-year-old seemed to be a little out of touch tonight. The forward did not have a major impact in the attacking third and failed to convert on provided opportunities.

Ayoze Perez (6/10): Perez did not have much of an impact in the game, as he came on in the seventy-seventh minute of the game. The player spent most of the time in the midfield trying to intercept attacks from the Aston Villa side.

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