Crystal Palace vs Leicester City Premier League, April 15 2017.
0-1 Rober Huth
0-2 Jamie Vardy
Crystal Palace 2 Leicester City 2: Benteke to the rescue to salvage draw for Eagles Crystal Palace pulled off a fine comeback to record a 2-2 draw against Leicester City after going two goals down early in the second half.
Goals from Yohan Cabaye and Christian Benteke helped Crystal Palace to a hard-fought 2-2 draw with Leicester City at Selhurst Park after Robert Huth and Jamie Vardy had handed the reigning champions a two-goal lead.
The visitors appeared to be on their way to victory after Vardy had made it 2-0 early in the second half, but a resurgent Palace dug deep as Cabaye quickly cut the deficit and Benteke earned a deserved point for Sam Allardyce’s side 20 minutes from time.
Palace were high on confidence heading into Saturday’s encounter after winning five out of their last six games, including victories over Chelsea and the 3-0 home triumph against Arsenal last time out. Leicester, meanwhile, came off the back of defeats versus Everton and Atletico Madrid after winning their previous six games under new boss Craig Shakespeare.