Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri feels his side’s loss to troubled Hull City was down to a lack of team spirit and complacency.
Goals from Adama Diomande and Robert Snodgrass secured a memorable win for managerless Hull City after Riyad Mahrez’s equaliser from the penalty spot as the Foxes became the first ever Premeir League Champion to lose to a newly-promoted side.
“[It] was a very tough match and we tried to do our best but we made a lot of effort individually, but not so well as a team,” the Italian told the club’s official TV channel.
“I’m very pleased with the number of chances we created but of course I want to see a team. Our strength is as a team. Today we were better, harder, but not like a team.”
It doesn’t get any easier for Ranieri’s men, who will face off against Arsenal on Saturday 20 Agust with the hope of getting their title defence back on track.