In one of the biggest flashpoints of the season so far, Tuchel clashed with Antonio Conte over a handshake.
The energetic Foxes were stunned when Nicola Zalewski found space on the left to set up Roma captain Lorenzo Pellegrini for a 15th minute opener against the run of play.
Ralf Rangnick’s side were somewhat fortunate to get even a point, in what was another below-par performance from United.
According to Leicester City goalkeeper, Kasper Schmeichel, Kelechi Iheanacho is the best finisher at the club.
After recovering from health issues, the 2017 U20 World Cup winner with England was in superb goalscoring form for the Foxes, netting in back-to-back Premier League games against Manchester City and Liverpool and the two goals have been shortlisted.
The forward was taken off at half-time during Nigeria’s shock 1-0 home defeat by the Central African Republic in their World Cup qualifier.
This match will air live on SuperSport Football (GOtv Channel 31) from 5:15pm.
Leicester took another step closer to securing a place in the Champions League with a fine all-around display against West Brom.
Iheanacho has always had potential since his breakthrough at Manchester City.
The in-form striker scored twice, with Youri Tielemans also netting, as the Foxes beat Manchester United 3-1 on Sunday to seal a semi-final meeting with Southampton at Wembley next month.
With the Europa League trip to AC Milan and FA Cup quarterfinal at Leicester coming up before the international break, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side kicked off an important week with a solid performance on Sunday
Adam Lallana restored to Graham Potter’s XI, opened the scoring for the hosts, but they were pegged back after the break when Iheanacho applied a delightful finish to Youri Tielemans’ perfect pass
For 38 minutes it seemed the only question was how many Arsenal might score as they poured forward following Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s sixth-minute opener, with Mikel Arteta’s side picking up where they left off in last week’s 3-1 win at Leicester.
The Foxes’ stalemate ensured they left the Eden Arena favourites to progress after the first leg of their last-32 tie.
In the absence of striker Jamie Vardy, the Foxes had earned just one point from matches against Everton and Leeds, but they bounced back at Craven Cottage.
The midfielder helped fire the Foxes to the summit following Tuesday’s 2-0 win over Chelsea.
With Zorya Luhansk beating AEK Athens in the other game in Group G, a draw was good enough for the Foxes to seal qualification with two matches remaining.
Although the Nigerian would only briefly play under Claudio Ranieri, the Italian’s confidence in Ndidi gave him the platform to find his feet in the English Premier League
In a post on social media, the Najd’s Knight established the jet-heeled forward’s exit while wishing him the very best
Vardy was only fit enough for the bench after a calf injury, but Brendan Rodgers sent the Leicester striker on with 30 minutes left and he responded with his sixth goal of the season