Speaking about his side, Pellegrini said: "Well, they are very unlucky actually in that we defended so well the whole game, but especially the fifty-five minutes we played with one player less".
Leicester City's Daniel Amartey, left, vies for the ball with West Ham United's Felipe Anderson during the English Premier League soccer match between Leicester City and West Ham United, at The King Power Stadium, in Leicester, England, Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018.
Amartey landed awkwardly on his ankle while trying to halt Michail Antonio's surge deep into stoppage time and was given oxygen while he was treated on the pitch.
Reacting moments after the game, Leicester manager, Claude Puel revealed the utility player will be undergoing further examinations with medics to know the extent of the injury. It's hard to see this at the end.
Ndidi had an attempt take a fortunate deflection off of Balbuena and head into the net right in the final minute of normal time. He needs to have it examined and then we will see after.
He is playing well and was at his best in this game, so it is hard.
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Foxes goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel felt his team should have taken all three points, despite only equalising in the 89th minute via a deflected Wilfrid Ndidi strike.
"So the shot, without any danger for us, to conceded a goal was unfortunately, the fault wasn't that way and a different action has decided the score".
Pellegrini declined to be drawn on the dismissal of Noble adding: "I haven't seen it".
Leicester City's social media is fired up and ready to go, more information on Saturday's game is available at lcfc.com.
"I think it was a good decision from the referee".