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Ndidi Delighted With Leicester’s Win Vs West Brom

Ndidi Delighted With Leicester’s Win Vs West Brom

Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi has expressed his delight following Leicester City’s 3-0 win against newly promoted West Bromwich Albion, at the Hawthorns in their first Premier League game of the season, Completesports.com reports.

A brace from Jamie Vardy, both goals from the penalty spot, and Timothy Castagne’s opener gave Leicester the perfect start.

Ndidi played in Leicester’s defence following the absence of Wes Morgan and Johnny Evans.

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And reacting to the impressive win, Ndidi hailed his teammates for the goals, the clean sheet and the three points.

“A great start to the season. Three points, three goals, clean sheet. Love it lads,” he wrote on his verified Twitter handle.

Leicester are now second behind Arsenal in the Premier League table.

By James Agberebi 

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  • Chris 9 months ago

    So Ndidi PLAYED IN DEFENCE and it was a clean sheet. Hmmmm, I doubt if this club will want to sell Ndidi…His worth now is sooooooo high, he is king in this DFM kingdom till thy kingdom come.

    • Chairmanfemi 9 months ago

      He even had more Interceptions and clearances than the real CD Soyuncu..lol. Good passing accuracy too from the back. Can’t but just love that guy more

  • Westbrom need quality players in their team otherwise it will be a swift return back to the championship.
    Good start for Leicester. Iheanacho wasn’t given a run out. Hope he is considered in next game. Ndidi still impressing, should be playing for a bigger club. Alex iwobi wasn’t even on the team list for Everton. Hmmmm