Super Eagles Midfielder, Ndidi Returns From Injury As Leicester Wins

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Super Eagles midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi returned from injury on Wednesday after weeks of being laid off.

Wilfred Ndidi
Wilfred Ndidi

Coincidentally, Leicester also returned to winning ways against West Ham at King Power Stadium but lost the league’s top scorer Jamie Vardy to injury in the first half.

Also Read: Leicester City Midfielder, Ndidi Named Nigerian Player Of The Year At Ballers Award

Harvey Barnes scored the opener, poking in from a yard out, before turning provider for Ricardo Pereira on the stroke of half-time.

West Ham captain Mark Noble made it 2-1 from the spot before Leicester’s Ayoze Perez did the same.

And Perez drilled in a fourth for Leicester with minutes to go.

Ndidi was introduced into the match in the 35th minute when Benjamin Mendy sustained injury.

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