Henry Jackson 20 September 2017
Goals from Shinji Okazaki and Islam Slimani were enough to earn Craig Shakespeare’s side a place in the fourth round, as Liverpool’s dominance once again failed to pay off.
They missed a number of excellent chances to take the lead before Leicester’s opener, and inevitably, poor defending cost them.
It was a night when the negatives outweighed the positives, but there were at least some crumbs of comfort Jurgen Klopp could take.
Here are three good and three bad aspects from the game.
GOOD: Ward a Confident Presence
The 24-year-old was a composed figure whenever he was called in action, which was an undoubted positive to take from the match.
His handling was immaculate, with one tricky catch taken expertly, and there was a confidence about him that looked more convincing than his more experienced goalkeeping superiors.