Leicester striker, Jamie Vardy, has blamed his side's lack of concentration for their 4-3 defeat to Arsenal at the Emirates on Friday.
Vardy bagged a brace for Leicester City in the encounter to hand his side the lead twice during the game, but the Foxes conceded two late goals from Aaron Ramsey and Oliver Giroud which accounted for their opening day defeat.
"We were put ourselves in a commanding position but two lapses of concentration has cost us the game," Vardy stated in a post match interview.
"We will get back on the training pitch to sort ourselves out.
"We all gave 100 per cent and we could have scored even more.
"But we can take a lot of positives from the game.