Hart credited the fans for getting behind the players and playing their part in a draw. In the eighth minute of the match a Vardy pass found a sliding Albrighton, who promptly found the back of West Ham's net, giving the Foxes a 1 - 0 lead. "It's disappointing because we had a lot of opportunities in the first half and we should have killed the game", he told reporters.
West Ham may have come from a goal behind to secure their first points under David Moyes in Friday nights 1-1 draw with Leicester, but the Hammers faithful were anything but impressed with the performance from defender Angelo Ogbonna.
'I was stood in goal and I didn't have too much to do in the second half.
The urge though will be more from the hosts as they are currently placed 18th in the league table, with points needed to pull themselves up from the red zone.
One group who made clear their appreciation for the work ethic were the West Ham supporters.
While the story of the first half was goals and momentum swings, the story of the second half was stoppages of play.
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In addition to the high-intensity sprinting across the pitch, it seems that David Moyes' message last week has gotten across. There were some half-hearted calls for a penalty from Leicester players, but referee Martin Atkinson chose not to blow his whistle.
Leicester boss Claude Puel held a similar view to Moyes - namely that his side should have taken the points.
The goal saved what could have been a soul destroying first-half for the Hammers, and they came out after the interval with an energy not seen for a long time in east London.
The ball bounced into the stands and instead of passing the ball back to Andy Carroll, he decided to throw it at Leicester's Demarai Gray. His delivery from the wing, however, suggested that a purple patch might not be far away.
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"He also delivered one or two very good crosses and you wouldn't want to play against him when he plays like that. They stuck at it and in the end we might have just nicked it".