Leicester City's Jamie Vardy and Manchester City's Nicolas Otamendi in actionReuters / Darren Staples
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Manchester City were frustrated again on the road as Leicester bounced back from defeat at Liverpool with a 0-0 draw that maintained their surprise Premier League title challenge.Shinji Okazaki and Andy King were the men to make way while City brought back Sergio Aguero in place of Wilfried Bony.City were the more likely scorers and the should have made the breakthrough when Raheem Sterling burst down the right and squared for Kevin De Bruyne, who hit a firm shot, but it was pushed away solidly by Kasper Schmeichel in the home goal.It almost paid off instantly as Ulloa's decoy run allowed Vardy to collect Drinkwater's pass, but he shot straight at Joe Hart in the Manchester City goal.
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