Ghanaian protector Daniel Amartey scored when Leicester City settled for 1-1 draw against Blackburn Rovers in a friendly at King Power Stadium as he went back to the field for the first time in 18 months due to injury.

The very first half ended without an objective from either side. It was a healthy game and despite both sides coming close to scoring they stopped working to transform the opportunities produced.

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After a goalless very first period, Stolarczyk was evaluated on 49 minutes after coming down well to produce a solid conserve to avoid Rankin-Costello’s effective drive from finding the back of the net.

Harvey Barnes and Dewsbury-Hall then both had strikes blocked, and Vardy had a penalty appeal rejected prior to Hamza Choudhury lifted over the bar as City upped their intent around the hour mark.

Shortly after, Rodgers rotated his centre-back pairing as Daniel Amartey – making his first look at King Power Stadium because October 2018 – and Darnell Johnson came on for the staying thirty minutes plus stoppage time.

The opener finally arrived on 66 minutes, when alternative and Ghana global Amartey placed himself perfectly to head home from a corner following a mistake from Blackburn stopper Fisher.

Blackburn drew level simply minutes later on, though, after defender Derrick Williams snapped Jacob Davenport’s corner into the back of the internet at the near post with 10 minutes to address King Power Stadium.

The video game was Daniel Amartey’s very first video game for Leicester City since breaking his leg in October, 2018.