Super Eagles pair Wilfred Ndidi and Kelechi Iheanacho got good ratings for their performance in Leicester City’s 4-0 win against Aston Villa, in Monday night’s Premier League game at the King Power stadium,Completesports.com reports.
Ndidi made his first start for Leicester since January 1st while Iheanacho was picked ahead of first choice striker Jamie Vardy.
Both players were however replaced with Iheanacho coming off for Vardy on 59 minutes while Ndidi was substituted with six minutes left.
And according to the ratings compiled by Leicester Mercury on every Leicester players, Ndidi got seven with Iheanacho rated six out of 10.
Commenting on Ndidi’s display, Leicester Mercury wrote: “He dealt with heavy pressure in the first half, sometimes not with a great deal of elegance, but he grew into the game. In his first league start since New Year’s Day, he was not perfect, but his return made a clean difference.”
And for Iheanacho: “His touch let him down, which is unusual for the Nigerian, and that prevented him from having more chances than the two he did have that went begging. Showed good movement though.”
The game saw Leicester end a run of four straight league games without a win.
The Foxes remain third on 53 points in the league table.
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