- Everton vs Leicester City's Premier League game ended 2-1 in favor of the hosts
- Kelechi Iheanacho scored the only goal for Leicester City in this encounter
- Wilfred Ndidi handled the ball in the box which gave Everton penalty
Gylfi Sigurdsson scored a controversial penalty on Wednesday evening, July 1, as Everton defeated Premier League rivals Leicester City 2-1 in tough English topflight game.
Leicester City went into this match with the hopes of them maintaining their third position on the Premier League table, but they are now under pressure from Chelsea.
The encounter was also a fight between three Super Eagles stars Wilfred Ndidi and Kelechi Iheanacho of Leicester City facing Alex Iwobi of Everton.
Everton got the first chance to score five minutes after the start of the game with Lucas Digne providing an assist for Anthony Gordon who failed to beat Kasper Schemeichel in goal for the visitors.
Anthony Gordon eventually provided the assist which gave Everton the first goal in the 10th minute through Richarlison.
Six minutes later, Nigerian star Wilfred Ndidi handled the ball in the 18 yard box in which the referee had no choice than to award the hosts a penalty which was scored by Gylfi Sigurosson.
Wilfred Ndidi will now have to improve his game for Leicester City as Manchester United legend also blamed him for his side's defeat against Chelsea.
Kelechi Iheanacho scored for Leicester City in the 51st minute via a powerful header after a poor clearance by Mason Holgate, but the visitors were unable to net the goal that would have saved them from a defeat as Everton won the tie 2-1.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa named his teammate at the national team Wilfred Ndidi as the one who named him 'The Governor' which is what many people call him now.
Ahmed Musa is one of the successful Nigerian players considering the wealth he has acquired in football having played in the Russian Premier League and also in the English topflight.
He recently had an exclusive Instagram live interview with Legit.ng where he spoke on many things from how he started his football career before playing for the Super Eagles.
And when the former Premier League star was asked to explain why he is being called 'The Governor' by Nigerians and also in many part of the world, he revealed that Wilfred Ndidi gave him the name.
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