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Europa League: Moses, Iheanacho, Ndidi Battle For Supremacy As Leicester Host Spartak Moscow

Europa League:  Moses, Iheanacho, Ndidi Battle For Supremacy As Leicester  Host Spartak Moscow

Nigerian trio Kelechi Iheanacho, Wilfred Ndidi and Victor Moses will go to battle when Leicester CIty host Spartak Moscow in a Europa League C clash at the King Power Stadium on Thursday (today), reports Completesports.com.

Iheanacho and Ndidi are expected to be in action for Leicester City, while Moses all things being equal should feature for the visitors.

Iheanacho played a crucial role in the Foxes 4-3 win in the reverse fixture, providing two assists for Patson Daka.

Ndidi missed the game as a result of injury and returned to the bench in the side’s Premier League defeat to Arsenal on Saturday .

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Moses on the other hand set up two of Spartak Moscow’s goals in the first game.

Having picked up just a point from their first two Europa League matches, Leicester boosted their hopes of securing a place in the knockout round with the win in Moscow.

Brendan Rodgers’ will seek to build on that hard-fought victory with another massive win today.

Spartak Moscow occupy last position on the table with three points and other defeat could end their chances of progressing further in the competition.

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  • Gowetok 11 months ago

    I’m beginning to think there is something wrong between VM and Rohr that has been shrouded in secrecy . This is moreso in view of the fact the VM performance for spatak so far this seasons should earn him a recall to the S.E but instead it was Igaho that was recalled.I Wana therefore use this forum to implore the NFF to investigate the salient cause of VM premature retirement and why Rohr has opted to go plead with Igaho instead of VM for a recall. It’s obvious to see that S.E does not Igaho by all means due to the plethora of stars a available for that position .However , same cannot be said about our wingers .Non has the tenacity, Vision, Swagger of VM. I believe strongly that if VM was in last tournament Algeria would not have beaten us. Pls fans should recall the indispensable role played by VM in the world qualifiers last time. S.E need VM and VM need S.E . Who will mediate for us

     
  • @Gowotok Gbam!!!!!!!!!!! Indeed, I will also go as far as to say since VM retired the directness of our play went along with him. Chukwueze and Iwobi are trying but, we the recent injuries to them exposed the lack of cover in that department and VM on current form is the only solution, since he is adament of exiling Emma Dennis. Chuks, Ejuke and Iwobi will benefit a lot of VM still being in that team and watching how he executes crosses and passes from the wings.. In fact is it a lie when I say Moses Simon played better ball for SE when VM was in the team?. VM is still rugged and playing at a high level and that is a position that we need all the experience heads from SE to come and aid Rohr in executing that role. I think Rohr is assessing this team in reverse.

    I will not stop o I will not!. Whoever is tired of my comments had better start working out ways to get our message across to Rohr because as for me from now until the Final ball is kicked and final pass made against Cape Verde. Rohr and his lovers UNA GO HEAR AM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

     
    • I support all these your comments or point of view. I prefer VM return rather than Ighalo. I still don’t know why our coach can’t call him. VM is very strong and reliable

       
  • MONKEY POST 11 months ago

    These nff guys have not come to tell us the grudges they are having with Victor Moses. There is something they are not telling us. They have not really made every effort in inviting this guy. If so what happened to involving the president (Buhari) to talk VM into coming back. using that means is not bad, looking at the Calibre of player we have as VM. Argentina president was involved in the recall of Messi from retirement. Sweden prime minister also played a vital role in the case of ibra. Let this guy’s make more effort pls cos VM is our own Messi and ibra as it stands now. Abi na only when it get to do with Cow and farmer crises na him our president go dey intervene????

     
  • Bros it is simple VM was born in Naija but, left at the tender age of 8yrs or 10 after some very heart-breaking events.

    Anyway needless to say the boy grew up in England and has England ways about him, meaning Bribing and corruption is not part of his DNA. I am sure Pinnick Resents him for that. Pinnick is running this team like a Mafia God Father. I am of the impression that something must pass through his hands in order for Experienced who need SE to relunch their failing careers players who don’t really need SE as a springboard because their careers is on track will most likely not benefit Pinnick so he will not even consider them or think about them in critical times it is all financial gain for that BASTARD!!!. With Ighalo case it is simple he grew up in Ajegunle what more did you expect when it comes to bribing and corruption?

     
    • Dr Banks 11 months ago

      @Ugo, here’s the link you asked for about when Victor Moses rejected to come out of retirement for SE. This was published by OwnGoal on October 27th 2021

       
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