Leicester City head coach Claudio Ranieri has insisted that he is “satisfied” with a point against Copenhagen following a lacklustre display in Wednesday night’s Champions League group match.
The Premier League titleholder could have sealed progression into the last 16 with a win. However a goalless draw in Denmark leaves them with two games to complete the job.
“It’s a good point against a good team away from home, so I’m satisfied,” said Ranieri.
“It was better from us in the second half, we just couldn’t make the last pass. There were some fantastic duels in the air.
“Ten points is good, but not enough. Porto are close behind us. We have our destiny in our hands.”