Forest Lose to Local Rivals

I a game that won't be remembered for time to come, Forest lost to Leicester, probably deservedly.
The first half was quite an even battle, both teams having good chances, Leicester coming closer.
Adebola arguably might have done better when McCleary crossed over for him sliding on the back post. But it was a hard one to control the shot and so it ballooned over and wide.
The midfield for Forest seemed to have a day off for he most part in this game and meandered around anonymously for large periods of the game, which invited wave upon wave of Leicester attacks. Chambers clearing off the line in one of the closest efforts of the game.
Previously Chambers had already had to block on the line and Camp saving the follow up with his chest.
The best chance of the half came to Earnshaw though, latching onto a poor back pass but not getting a decent finish in after Weale rushed out and blocked the shot.
The second half was incredibly one sided. Leicester of course eventually broke the Reds defence resistance down and scored though King latching onto the ball in the 6 yard box and tapping in as it span to him from Vassells effort.
It was exactly what Leicester deserved, we hadn't played well, missing McKenna playing his deep midfield role. The defence had no options who to pass to so went back, inviting pressure on, or lumping the ball up toward s Earnshaw who was never going to beat the Leicester defenders.
All in all not a fun game, we did see Ramsey come on, who looked assured on the ball, but also seemed to shirk a couple of 50/50's.