FC Copenhagen head coach Stale Solbakken insists Leicester City provided no surprises in their previous Champions League clash as the Danish side look to "sneak" a win on Wednesday.
Leicester City move closer to the last 16 of the Champions League with a goalless draw against Copenhagen. "He told me he is okay, but I don't want to risk losing him for a long time and we can still find the right solution".
Leicester City find themselves in a brilliant position against Copenhagen in Denmark, with an opportunity to clinch UEFA Champions League knockout round action.
It was one of those nights when the Champions League music played loud and clear but no one danced to the tune.
As the match went on, Copenhagen's pressing began to tell with their players becoming visually worn out but they appeared to find a second wind heading into the final quarter, as most notably Benjamin Verbic failed to hit the target when presented with a chance on the edge of the box.
He said: "We can write a new chapter in the fantastic Leicester story".
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Leicester will be without midfielder Nampalys Mendy (ankle), while Slimani (groin) and Musa (knock) will be assessed ahead of the game in the Parken Stadium.
Leicester are only the fifth team in Champions League history to win their opening three games in the competition (Milan in 92/93, PSG in 94/95, Juventus in 95/96 and Malaga in 12/13). "We changed to 4-4-2 (in the) second half and were better". Defensively they were a lot more solid and they could have nicked it in the end.
"I don?t think anyone can work out what is wrong".
"Brugge are down, but they want to do something, so it is not easy".
Riyad Mahrez was shackled while Ahmed Musa failed to make an impact and even a tactical switch of moving Mahrez inside behind Jamie Vardy, who has not scored in 12 appearances, failed to spark the visitors.