Ndidi is like two players - James Maddison

Leicester City midfielder, James Maddison has underlined the importance of Wilfred Ndidi to the Leicester City team this season after a bright start by the Foxes against all odds.
The Foxes are second on the Premier League table after their explosive 2-0 victory over struggling Arsenal before the just concluded international break.
Former Liverpool Boss, Brendan Rodgers has tinkered Leicester City to an irresistible force in the highly competitive English Premier League as his side are currently second and only behind Liverpool with eight points.
“Having Wilfred Ndidi is like having two players. He does not get the credit he deserves. Top player, @Ndidi25. If he was English, they’d be all over him,” James Maddison who scored the last Leicester City's goal was quoted as saying.
The 22-year-old Wilfred Ndidi has played eleven times for the 2015/2016 league conquerors this term with two goals to compliment his defensive contributions.
Ndidi who is a former Koninklijk Racing Club Genk enforcer has only been cautioned once this season and it happened in their dramatic 2-1 narrow loss to current Champions League holders and league leaders Liverpool.
Only Manchester United defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Leicester City's right-back Ricardo Pereira have won more tackles this season than the Nigerian with 35 and 31 respectively as Wilfred Ndidi is third on the chart with 29 tackles success.
Meanwhile, Leicester City are the second most productive team in the Premier League with 29 goals so far with thanks to their historic 9-0 win over Southampton as Manchester City have been ruthless with 35 goals.
Leicester City will next travel to the American Express Community Stadium on Saturday for a league date with 11th positioned Brighton and Hove Football Club.

By Olamide Oyetunji

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