Ndidi dazzles at centre back role for Leicester

Wilfred Ndidi shone in a middle back function for Leicester City in their 4-2 triumph over Burnley in Sunday’s Premier League game.

The 23-year-old midfielder was again sent in a protective function at King Power Stadium subsequent to featuring similarly situated against West Bromwich Albion in their initial association game last break.

The Nigeria global combined Caglar Soyuncu at the core of the Foxes’ protection and gave a decent record of himself in the experience, helping his side to make sure about their second sequential success.

Chris Wood opened the scoring for the Clarets as right on time as the tenth moment before Harvey Barnes leveled procedures for Leicester in the twentieth moment.

Erik Pieters gave the King Power Stadium outfit the lead without precedent for the game, beating his own goalkeeper Nick Pope with his exertion.

James Justin and Dennis Praet’s strikes at that point fixed the triumph for Leicester in spite of an exertion from Jimmy Dunne.

Ndidi highlighted for the length of the game, won four ethereal challenges, made two handles and had 69 contacts as a major aspect of his commitment.

His comrade Kelechi Iheanacho, who was not associated with their initial Premier League game against West Brom, was an unused substitute at King Power Stadium.

The midfielder will plan to proceed with his advancement in the guarded job and assist his with siding broaden their triumphant structure when they take on Arsenal in an alliance game on September 23.

Ndidi has been a reliable entertainer for the Foxes since he collaborated with the club in January 2017 from Genk.

The Nigeria worldwide has included in excess of 120 Premier League games for Leicester and assumed a huge part as they completed fifth last mission.