The experienced goalkeeper feels for his opposite number, but is aiming for more silverware for the Foxes this season
Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel says he is not sure if the referee was right to give his team a penalty, which Kelechi Iheanacho conceded in Saturday’s win over Manchester City.
Dutchman Nathan Ake was robbed of the ball by the Super Eagle, and he eventually polluted the attacker in the danger zone. Referee Paul Tierney chose to play the advantage, but Zack Steffen made a fantastic save to deny Patson Daka.
However, the referee blew his whistle and pointed to the place where the Nigerian forward had the opportunity and the winner scored to earn his team their first silverware of the new campaign.
“I thought we went through them pretty well in the first half, and then we got the goal at the end,” Schmeichel said. Leicester Mercury.
‘I’m not sure about the [penalty] reigns, but I am biased towards goalkeepers. We get the chance and save their goalkeeper, but then there is the penalty kick, so you get two chances, almost two bites of the cherry.
“I feel for their goalkeeper, he made a good save, but it’s secondary, winning is the most important thing for us.”
Saturday’s victory was the first time a team from outside the Big Six has won the shield. And the Dane believes the foxes can progress all the way and get more trophies this season.
“We are very happy, we will never get tired of picking up trophies. This is something we want to do,” Schmeichel said.
‘It’s something we want to try to do, to get in the habit of playing in these games, so we’m very happy. I have fond memories here and it’s great to lift the trophy. players and fans.
‘We’re not going out to prove ourselves [against the big six], because we know what a great team we can be. We are a battle for any team. “
The Foxes almost missed the Uefa Champions League final last season after finishing fifth at the Premier League table.