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Ndidi Earns Top Rating In Leicester Win Vs Spurs

Ndidi Earns Top Rating In Leicester Win Vs Spurs

By James Agberebi: Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi was one of Leicester City’s players that got top ratings in their 2-1 win against Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League on Tuesday night at the King Power Stadium, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.

Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez were on target for Leicester on 13 and 45 minutes respectively in the impressive win against Spurs.


Spurs’ goal was scored by Harry Kane 11 minutes from the end of the game.

According to Leicester’s players ratings by Leicester Mercury, Ndidi got eight out of 10, for his impressive showing for the Foxes.

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Other players who also got eight were Kasper Schmeichel, skipper Wes Morgan, Ben Chilwell, Mahrez, Shinji Okazaki and Marc Albrighton.

Former Sevilla midfielder Vicente Iborra got the highest ratings – nine, for his outstanding showing.

The duo of Harry Maguire and Danny Simpson were however rated seven.

Commenting on Ndidi’s performance, Leicester Mercury stated:”His battling qualities were crucial to City’s cause.”

Leicester City player ratings against Spurs:

Kasper Schmeichel: 8/10

Danny Simpson: 7/10

Wes Morgan: 8/10

Harry Maguire: 7/10

Ben Chilwell: 8/10

Vicente Iborra: 9/10

Wilfred Ndidi: 8/10

Riyad Mahrez: 8/10

Shinji Okazaki: 8/10

Marc Albrighton: 8/10

Jamie Vardy: 9/10

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  • He is the most consistent Nigerian in the premiership

    • By a mile!It’s only a matter of time before the big teams come calling. He only needs to put his head down and keep improving

  • Nice one super Eagle player

  • ako amadi 4 years ago

    Fingers crossed he does not get injured just before the World Cup starts, like what happened to Balogun and Echiejile in 2014.

  • Tony Iloka 4 years ago

    The latest Sunday Oliseh

  • Gboyega 4 years ago

    Very nice one… So glad I saw the game live, he really lived up to expectation but just like everyone, he can still do better. I like to see him improve in his long range passes and long range shooting. That in my opinion is what Kante edges him with.