Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson angered by wasteful Foxes following defeat to Swansea

After losing 2-0 to Swansea City this weekend, Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson was highly critical of side, suggesting they were too wasteful in possession, reports Sky Sports.

“Our quality let us down today. I look at the first half in particular with unforced errors in possession and we put ourselves under too much pressure. We constantly gave the ball away and that’s where we have to improve on a poor performance like today. We didn’t give ourselves enough of a chance to win the game,” he said.

Leicester City’s form has somewhat plummeted following their impressive 5-3 victory against Manchester United last month, with the Foxes having lost three and drawn one of the four league games played since.

A lack of goals has been a real worry for City too, but Pearson won’t be pleased with the seven goals conceded against opponents that the Foxes will regard as potentially winnable games.

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