N’Golo Kanté has been ruled out for at least two matches, confirms Leicester City manager, Claudio Ranieri.
The midfielder who pretty much ran the show when the Foxes came to the Emirates picked up a hamstring injury and had to be substituted off in the 70th minute of Leicester’s 1-0 win against Norwich.
Claudio Ranieri just finished press conference. Confirms Kante will be out of Leicester’s next two matches. #LCFC
— Simon Collings (@sr_collings) February 29, 2016
Although the injury’s thought to not be too serious, Kanté has been a huge player for Leicester this season and to have him missing at this vital stage of the title race could prove costly.
What does this mean for Arsenal? Not a lot if we don’t capitalise on any of the points the Foxes could potentially drop. It might not be enough to derail their season but even a little bump in the road could help us. We’re only five points behind them. If they can drop points during their next two fixtures against West Brom and Watford, we could be in with a chance here…