Leicester City fans slam Ron-Robert Zieler despite group-winning victory

Leicester City's Ron-Robert Zieler, Wes Morgan and Robert Huth look dejected after West Bromwich Albion's Matt Phillips scored their second goal

Zieler conceded Leicester City's first Champions League goal at the fifth time of asking.

Club Brugge's Jose Izquierdo scores their first goal

After 412 minutes Leicester City finally conceded their first Champions League goal.

It was a ferocious strike from Club Brugge's Jose Izquierdo, but could Foxes goalkeeper Ron-Robert Zieler do better?

That seems to be the view of most Leicester fans, despite their side wrapping up Group G with a 2-1 win on Tuesday night.

Zieler arrived at the King Power Stadium from Hannover 96 in a deal thought to be worth £3 million in July and has found himself thrust into Claudio Ranieri's starting eleven in the wake of Kasper Schmeichel's injury.

Leicester City's Ron-Robert Zieler, Wes Morgan and Robert Huth look dejected after West Bromwich Albion's Matt Phillips scored their second goal

However, with the German in the side Leicester have kept one clean sheet in seven matches, with Schmeichel recording six shut-outs in 13 - or seven if you count the Swansea game, when he came off in the 57th minute with his side 2-0 ahead.

The Dane is set for a lengthy spell on the sidelines, however, meaning Foxes fans will have to get used to seeing Zieler in goal, unless Ranieri turns to Ben Hamer in the meantime - a prospect some have already considered...

Leicester City's Ben Hamer

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