EDDIE Howe admitted conceding a late equaliser at Leicester City had left him frustrated and "analysing what we could have done better".

Riyad Mahrez levelled with a wonderful free-kick in the seventh minute of second-half stoppage time – after a minimum of four minutes had been signalled.

Norwegian striker Joshua King's first-half penalty had handed Cherries the initiative but the mercurial Mahrez curled home a terrific effort from distance.

Asked if he had any complaints that the goal had come in the seventh minute of added time, Howe said: “That’s a difficult one. We were slowing the game down but to put seven minutes on... I felt the final whistle was seconds away when we gave the free-kick away for the goal.

“It’s a frustration of course. We wanted to get over the line so much and to get those points but it wasn’t to be and you have to give credit to Leicester for the moment which got them back in it.

“From our side, it’s difficult because you are analysing the wall and analysing what we could have done better, the free-kick we gave away in the first place.

“All of those things were flashing in my mind."