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EPL WRAP: Ndidi Makes 16th Start In Leicester’s Loss; Iheanacho, Success Play As Sub

EPL WRAP: Ndidi Makes 16th Start In Leicester’s Loss; Iheanacho, Success Play As Sub

Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi made his 16th Premier League start for Leicester City who lost 1-0 away to Crystal Palace on Saturday.

Luka Milivojevic’s long range strike in the 32nd minute of the encounter earned Crystal Palace their second home with of the season.
Ndidi featured for the entire duration of the defeat while his compatriot Kelechi Iheanacho came on for Demarai Gray in the 73rd minute of the encounter.
At the Vicarage Road, Isaac Success was subbed on for Ken Sema as Watford returned to winning ways with a 3-2 home win over Cardiff City.
Goals from Gérard Deulofeu, Jose Holebas and Quina gave Watford a 3-0 lead but strikes from Junior Hoilett and Bobby Reid reduced the deficit.
Solomon Rondon was the match winner for Newcastle who defeated Huddersfield Town 1-0.
At the Molineux stadium, Wolverhampton Wanderers beat Bournemouth 2-0.
An easy tap in from Raul Jimenez in the 12th minute gave Wolves the lead before Iva Cavalerio’s stoppage time goal secured the win.
The win was Wolves’ thrid straight win in the topflight division for the first time since 1980 while the defeat was the sixth in seven games for Bournemouth.
At the Wembley stadium, Christen Eriksen scored a stoppage-time goal to hand Tottenham Hotspur a 1-0 home win over Burnley. It was Eriksen’s first goal of the season in the EPL.
The win was the 100th for Mauricio Pochettino.
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  • It was such a coincidence that the two top defensive midfielders of the Super Eagles lost this weekend’s round of matches with Agu rating higher than Ndidi for their respective clubs.

    Ndidi rated 6.82 in the weekend’s match whereas Agu, who scored a fabulous header which wasn’t enough to save his team, rated an impressive 7.78.

    Both players played 90 minutes and both players improved on previous ratings as Ndidi last rated 6.4 while Agu had rated 6.84.

    As it stands the quality of the English Premier league
    arguably superscedes that of the Portuguese league.

    From the highlights I saw yesterday, Iheanacho was impressive for the time he was on the pitch. His trademark one-time pass to Vardy almost led to a goal whilst another passing routing he was involved with also caused problems to the opposition.

    Isaac Success, who lost his starting position, really needs to work on his composure and passing skills in my view.

    Iheanacho was 6.21 for 17 minutes of football while Success rated 5.86 from 13 minutes.

    While Kelechi stayed stagnant from last weekend’s 6.2 ratings, Isaac regressed from his prior rating of 6.86