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Leicester City: Fans slam Anthony Taylor

Leicester City: Fans slam Anthony Taylor - Leicester City News

Many Leicester City fans have been left to slam Anthony Taylor during the first half of their home game against Manchester City in the Premier League.

The referee decided to give Pep Guardiola’s men a dangerous free kick on the edge of the box in what looked like quite a soft foul.

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Kevin De Bruyne ended up taking the set piece and hit the cross bar in what was a big sigh of relief for the East Midlands club.

Nonetheless, this did not stop several members of the King Power faithful slamming the decision on Twitter, as they felt that if that shot had gone in, in which it nearly almost did, then they would have been very hard done by in what is already a difficult game for them against MCFC.

Leicester fans on Taylor decision

These Foxes slammed the decision made by Taylor, with one LCFC supporter even going as far as to claim that he is ‘awful’:

“Honking decision from the ref. Assumed KDBs shot was so bad he must have been fouled. Terrible decision. However be nice if we could have a touch. 0% the only way is up. #lcfc”

Credit: @glennworth

“Anthony Taylor has been awful so far, ridiculous refereeing, bottling everything. #LCFC”

Credit: @RizLCFC

“There would have been uproar if that De Bruyne free kick went in. Never a free kick, awful officiating #LCFC”

Credit: @MMarstonSport

“If KDB moans Anthony Taylor is blowing the whistle, pathetic refereeing #LCFC #MCFC #EPL #LEIMCI”

Credit: @MrJSkitz

“Ref has been shocking already, that’s two times he’s given a foul when there was no/little contact. #lcfc”

Credit: @mattyfromle

“That’s a shocking decision there ref #lcfc”

Credit: @JordyLcfc97

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