Wilfred Ndidi was in superb form as he provided an assist as Liverpool collapsed to a 3-1 defeat at Leicester City which further put their title defence in tatters, Completesports.com reports.
Three goals from James Maddison, Jamie Vardy and Harvey Barnes with less than 15 minutes left in the game cancelled out Mohamed Salah’s opener.
Alisson for the second game running committed another mistake which resulted in Leicester’s second goal.
Liverpool have now lost three consecutive Premier League games for the first time since November 2014, when managed by current Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers.
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Also, the Reds have lost a Premier League game after scoring first for the first time since April 2017 (1-2 vs. Palace). The first time in almost four years.
With five minutes left Ndidi set up Barnes yo seal the win for the Foxes who temporarily go second on 46 points. Liverpool are fourth on 40 points.
The Super Eagles star made more recoveries (11) and won more aerial duels (5) than any other player in the first half against Liverpool.
His compatriot Kelechi Iheanacho was an unused substitute for Rodgers’ side.
Liverpool took the lead on 67 minutes through Salah who curled home from just inside the penalty, area after Roberto Firmino brilliantly tricked two defenders with a drag back before flicking the ball to the Egyptian.
Leicester equalised in the 81st minute thanks to Maddison whose free-kick evaded everyone and ended up in the net. It was originally ruled out for offside, but after VAR checked it the goal stood.
The Foxes went 2-1 up following a mistake from Alisson who came charging out only to collide with new signing Kabak, leaving Vardy with the simple task of running the ball into an open net.
And with five minutes left Ndidi then played in Barnes behind an increasingly absent Liverpool defence before he slotted across Alisson.
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