Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers felt that there was a lack of intensity behind his side’s Europa League exit to Slavia Prague. As his poor record in the knockout stage of the competition persisted, Brendan Rodgers blamed Leicester City’s Europa League exit for shortcomings in pace, creativity, and consistency.
The Foxes were favorites to advance from their last-32 tie with Slavia Prague after a goalless draw in the first leg but succumbed to a 2-0 loss at the King Power Stadium on Thursday.
“We got into some nice places, but when we hit them, we lacked consistency. We started pretty well and took advantage of some rooms behind us, but we didn’t have enough consistency to break them down. We had been in three tournaments before this game and we decided to give it our all. We know where our priorities are, and we’re going to do our very best now. Wy lacked strength and consistency.”