"The tackle looks a lot worse than it was", said Noble, who had seen Fabián Balbuena open the scoring for West Ham eight minutes before his... There's a referee and you must accept his decision. But the offside flag was up.
The match started better for Leicester, with the first ten minutes being totally under control by the home side.
Robert Snodgrass flashed a couple of efforts wide and it was no surprise when West Ham went ahead. It all came from a cross whipped into the box by Felipe Anderson which was headed towards Balbuena by Declan Rice.
Noble's three-game suspension means Pellegrini will give Obiang as long as possible to prove his fitness to make the starting XI against Spurs.
Their cause was made more hard in the 38th minute when Mark Noble received a straight red card for raking his studs down Ndidi's calf. The West Ham captain slid in on Ndidi, catching the Leicester midfielder on the shin.
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Noble then received his marching orders eight minutes later and the hosts nearly immediately made their numerical superiority count, Fabianski repelling Vincente Iborra's header.
With Leicester chasing the game, Puel introduced Vardy for the start of the second half, with Rachid Ghezzal making way, and the striker flicked a header wide.
Leicester were constantly threatening the five-man backline of West Ham, but all of their attempts were stopping at Fabianski, or the woodwork. The Paraguayan reacted quicker than the sluggish Harry Maguire after his initial header cannoned back off the post and prodded past Schmeichel from close range.