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Ndidi Rises In Latest Sky Sports EPL Player Rankings

Ndidi Rises In Latest Sky Sports EPL Player Rankings

By James Agberebi:
Super Eagles and Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi has been ranked ninth in the latest Sky Sports Power Rankings for the week that involves 50 players in the Premier League.

This was confirmed on Sky Sports on Thursday.

The Sky Sports Power Rankings which is updated every week during the season reflects a player’s performance over the last five matchdays by awarding points to players for 32 different stats.

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And according to the latest rankings, Ndidi moved up from 13th to ninth after accumulating 6,747 points to get into the top 10 of the rankings.

Ndidi’s Leicester teammate, Riyad Mahrez, occupies the number one position after scoring his third goal in four games during a 4-1 win at Southampton on Wednesday to top the chart for the first time in nearly two years with 10,028 points.

Other players in the top 10 Sky Sports Power Rankings include Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne who remains at number two, David Silva of also of Manchester City in third, Harry Kane of Tottemhan Hotspur in fourth and Manchester United’s David De Gea in fifth.

Included also are Spurs’ Heung-Min Son (sixth), Leicester’s Shinji Okazaki (seventh), Nicolas Otamendi of City (Eight) and Wayne Rooney of Everton (10th).

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  • Papa J 4 years ago

    Goodness! I know big clubs will be hunting you now.

    • Papa J 4 years ago

      Goodnews! I know big clubs will be hunting you now.

      • ifeanyi david 4 years ago

        Confam! I know sey big clubs go dey chase you from. Believe me, Leicester no dey miss kante again.

  • @Papa J, I love the ”goodness” you used in the first one before you spoil it by replacing it with ”goodnews!!” Goodnews would have been appropriate if the ”big clubs” have started calling. Anyways, let him carry on like this but with no injury o.

  • Ifeanyi 4 years ago

    wish you good luck bro. Keep doing your thing, you will go places big clubs are coming. After World Cup you will move to a bigger and better club.

  • Onu Fred 4 years ago

    keep the flag flying bro. you will go places.

  • Cletus 4 years ago

    Nice one Ndidi