Legendary goalkeeper, Peter Schmeichel has lambasted Daniel Amartey after he put up a disappointing display in Leicester City’s defeat against Manchester United on Friday evening.
The Ghana international gave away a penalty and he was very poor throughout the 63 minutes he stayed on the field.
Paul Pogba scored from the spot kick in the 3rd minute before Luke Shaw doubled the lead for Manchester United.
But substitute, Jamie Vardy scored a face-saving goal for Leicester City in the 90 minute.
And Schmeichel who was a pundit for the game on SuperSports described Amartey’s performance as a terrible one.
“Amartey had a terrible game. I was surprised he took him off in the second half.
“He should have taken off in the first half.”
Daniel Amartey sets three infamous record on the opening day of the English Premier League – the first player to give away a penalty kick, the first player to be booked and the first player to be substituted.