The opening minutes of Chelsea vs. Leicester City saw a complete offensive effort.

The action is interrupted when Maddison requires medical attention after an errant tackle by Enzo, while Lineker is cheered enthusiastically by supporters in the Kop.

The final kick of the half at the King Power Stadium is when Havertz does his miracle. A fantastic battle thus far.

Kai Havertz’s goal was superb!

When Ward appears, Fernandez calmly lobs the ball over him after receiving the ball from Havertz in the penalty area. Very unassuming and magnificent.

Up until this point, there had been no indication of a City comeback, but Daka flicks the ball into Iheanacho’s path, and he scores. Kepa rushes out to block the ball since it is moving a little too quickly. Kepa needs medical attention after their collision.

Patson Daka’s unexpected goal gives Leicester the advantage.

Joao Daka picks up the ball and attempts a goal from outside the area after Felix receives it on the edge of his own box and attempts some trickery but is dispossessed. And Arrizabalag has passed.

It has been an exciting half, and City has likely been the superior team. Yet, when Chelsea is in top form, it continues to be quite simple for them to generate top-notch chances, and the Havertz goal caused jeers at halftime.

Chelsea’s lead is doubled by Joao Felix. But, a Var check causes him to be declared offside. Aim is invalid.

The visitors are back in the lead as halftime approaches. Get Havertz on it.

Although it was a beautiful goal, the atmosphere as it went in was somewhat quiet.

Havertz broke the offside trip to dink past Ward after Enzo clipped the ball over the top of the City defense.

That’s a major setback because City was clearly ahead.