Leicester 2-2 West Ham LIVE RESULT: Zouma WITHDRAWS from Hammers XI as Dawson nets last gasp equaliser in… – The Sun

WEST HAM have drawn at Leicester after a last gasp Craig Dawson equaliser.
Kurt Zouma pulled out of the starting XI due to injuries and vision problems, West Ham have stated.
Zouma caused fury in the week after a video of him kicking and hitting his cat was uploaded to social media.
On the pitch, Jarrod Bowen gave West Ham the lead before an inexplicable handball from Aaron Cresswell saw the hosts equalise from the penalty spot.
Leicester then went ahead through a Ricardo Pereira header before Dawson bundled in a controversial late equaliser.
The ball was found to have come off the upper part of the centre-back's arm but VAR chose not to recommend a review.
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Sunday funday
It has been a great day of goals and drama in the Premier League.
Newcastle put some distance between themselves and the drop-zone.
Liverpool continue their pursuit of Man City.
West Ham edge ahead of the pack chasing that fourth spot.
FT: Leicester City 2 West Ham 2
Brendan Rodgers' team will feel hard done by the manner of this draw having been ahead at the 90 minute mark.
You could see in the final ten minutes the tactics West Ham would employ to try and create opportunities for themselves.
Leicester did not deal with the set piece and Dawson rose to steal a point.
FT: Leicester City 2 West Ham 2
The referee brings the game to a close.
For the neutral, goals and late drama.
West Ham will feel it is a point gained, Leicester two points dropped.
Leicester City 2 West Ham 2
90+3. Real disappointment for Foxes fans at the King Power Stadium.
It is not the worst result in the world for West Ham considering other results this weekend.
'You're not singing any more' rings out from away end.
Leicester City 2 West Ham 2
90+1. Jarrod Bowen's corner is 'headed' in by Craig Dawson.
The replay shows he misses it with his head and it comes off the shoulder/upper arm.
VAR has had a look and is happy, the goal stands.
Goal – Leicester City 2 West Ham 2 (Dawson)

Leicester City 2 West Ham 1
88. Time is running out for the Londoners.
With only minutes left now it is easy for the home side to try and run the clock down.
West Ham will hope there is time for one more chance.
Tielemens comes off for Vestergaard.
Leicester City 2 West Ham 1
86. Lookman breaks away down the right, released by Tielemens.
After a stepover or two he heads towards the box and fires a shot wide of the near post.
He had eyes for nothing but goal once he got going there.
Leicester City 2 West Ham 1
84. Benrahma picks the ball up just outside the Leicester box.
He has such 'quick-feet' he dances passed two players and into the box.
Fortunately for Foxes fans, the shot is straight at Schmeichel.
Leicester City 2 West Ham 1
83. West Ham have a free-kick on the halfway line.
The loft the ball into the box looking for knock-downs off Dawson or Soucek.
The referee awards Leicester a free-kick of their own for the challenges.
Leicester City 2 West Ham 1
80. We are into the final ten minutes and this is make or break time for The Hammers.
They need to find at least an equaliser but the point still does them no favours.
They are trying to fashion chances but Leicester are remaining resolute.
Leicester City 2 West Ham 1
78. Nearly, just nearly.
Tielemens runs through the centre trying to get onto a cheeky scoop by Harvey Barnes and the Belgian is literally a toe away from the third goal.
Fabianski collects but had Tielemens got a touch, he would have been struggling.
Leicester City 2 West Ham 1
76. The creativity that West Ham were enjoying in the first half has been non-existent since.
You have to put that down to Leicester having woken up in this game and not giving David Moyes' players any time on the ball.
Leicester City 2 West Ham 1
74. Tielemens makes a difference to this side when they are playing their flowing, attacking football.
He finds pockets of space in middle of the park, offering himself and then linking play for their front-three.

Leicester City 2 West Ham 1
72. What a difference this stadium is now to the first half.
The fans are in full-voice cheering their side on.
A draw is no good to either side here, Leicester will want to hold on to all three points.
It would be a major blow to West Ham's top-four ambitions if they were to lose today.
Leicester City 2 West Ham 1
69. The Foxes have West Ham pressed back in their own final third.
They can always break quickly with Bowen but the more Leicester press themselves they prevent West Ham searching for that equaliser.
We're into the final twenty minutes.
Leicester City 2 West Ham 1
66. David Moyes puts Coufal out of his misery, bringing Fredericks on in his place.
Tough test for the new addition to the game to deal with Harvey Barnes at full tilt.
Leicester could do with a third to give them some breathing space.

Leicester City 2 West Ham 1
65. This is end to end stuff.
West Ham attack, Fornals slightly over runs the ball and falls to ground looking for a penalty.
The referee is not having it.
Within minutes Harvey Barnes is running at the West Ham box again.
Leicester City 2 West Ham 1
64. Barnes is rinsing Coufal down the left-hand side over and over again.
This time the Leicester player cuts inside, drops his shoulder and looks to shoot but his shot is blocked.
Every time Leicester give him the ball the fans erupt.
Leicester City 2 West Ham 1
61. David Moyes looks enraged on the touchline.
Understandably so.
West Ham have now conceded 12 points from winning positions.
Leicester City 2 West Ham 1
59. The King Power Stadium is bouncing now.
Cresswell's day continues in the same manner as he is booked for a foul on Daka.
The pace on the Leicester man is a problem for any back four.
Leicester City 2 West Ham 1
57. Brendan Rodgers has bemoaned their luck with injuries this season.
They have been affected more than some.
Harvey Barnes can change your season as a manager if you can keep him fit.
He does brilliantly on the left-hand side of the box before chipping a cross to the back post where Ricardo heads in.
Goal – Leicester City 2 West Ham 1 (Ricardo)
Leicester City 1 West Ham 1
55. Brilliant play by Harvey Barnes.
He runs at his man again, beats him and puts such a teasing ball across the six-yard box.
All it needs it a touch as the ball evades everyone.
Leicester City 1 West Ham 1
54. Foul by Coufal on Barnes.
The Leicester man is giving him all kinds of problems in this second half so far.
The free-kick is drifted in, the ball drops to Barnes, who lets fly.
His shot is blocked as a wall of players confronts him.
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