"I think that tonight when we are playing eleven against eleven, most part of the game is on their side (half), we dominate actions".
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.
"Claude Puel is set to take a huge gamble by dropping Jamie Vardy for Saturday's game against West Ham, as the Leicester manager fights for his future. He will have an examination and then we will see, of course", Puel told BT Sport.
The match started better for Leicester, with the first ten minutes being totally under control by the home side.
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"We have it in our hands in that having a good result with Lewis, that could be the decisive result for his championship". I'm happy with what we have achieved (in qualifying), and now it's about carrying it through.
"The second half was a lot okay but because they were one man down, it was hard for us because we were under pressure at 1-0 down".
It suggests that there is still a bit of a mentality problem at the London Stadium, but at least Pellegrini can take heart from the fact that they're scoring goals to take leads in the first place.
"On the red card for Noble, the Hammers chief said: " I haven't seen the action yet - I can't give my opinion.
It looked like a good decision when, with only two minutes on the clock, Iheanacho swept in a cross from Marc Albrighton. It was really, really hard in the first half although we had more chances.
After that it was all West Ham, with the Hammers left frustrated as their continuous chances were either going just off target or were being saved by Kasper Schmeichel.