By Izuchukwu Okosi
Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi was in excellent form as Leicester City and hosts West Ham United ended their Friday night English Premier League clash on a 1-1 draw, reports Newslegend.com.ng.
The game marked Ndidi’s 30th start for the Foxes in 30 matches. He broke up many plays from the West Ham United marauding players.
Leicester winger Marc Albrighton scored his team’s goal, latching unto a cross from Jamie Vardy gave but Cheikhou Kouyate restored parity for the Hammers before the break although the ball hit Danny Simpson’s shoulder on the line on its way to the net.
Super Eagles forward Kelechi Iheanacho was an unused substitute on Friday but Ahmed Musa was not named in the Leicester matchday squad.
The draw was Moyes first since he took charge of the club in his second game in charge and Claude Puel’s second draw in four games.