- Wilfred Ndidi has been saluted by Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers
- Rodgers claimed that he is satisfied with the performances of the Nigerian star
- Ndidi has been able to score one Premier League goal this term for the Foxes
Super Eagles super midfielder Wilfred Ndidi has been rated as one of the best midfielders in the Premier League by his manager at Leicester City Brendan Rodgers who is impressed with his performances so far this term.
The Nigerian superstar has been in great form for Leicester City in their campaign at the ongoing Premier League season as the Foxes are currently occupying third position on the table.
Recently, Wilfred Ndidi was named as the man of the match after his side's perfect Premier League win over champions Liverpool in which the Nigerian created the assist for the FOxes' third goal scored by Harvey Barnes.
While speaking according to the report on Complete Sports, Brendan Rodgers hailed Wilfred Ndidi claiming that the Nigerian has been of great advantage to his squad.
“All the stats show you what a difference he makes for us.
“At the highest level you need players who can recover the ball, especially when you have talented players ahead and he is one of the best in the Premier League at that. He was colossal.”
So far this season in the Premier League, Wilfred Ndidi has played 12 games for Leicester City and the Nigerian has scored one goal for the club.
Meanwhile, Wilfred Ndidi and his teammates will be in action again on Thursday, February 18, as they will face Slavia Praha in Europa League round of 32 first leg match.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi was voted Man of the Match in the Foxes comeback win against Liverpool at the King Power Stadium.
The Reds produced a dominant display and went ahead in the 67th minute but Brendan Rodgers' men got their bearing and turned the game on its head.
Ndidi then balanced the game in the midfield as his side began to create chances that led to their stunning recovery.
Leicester then scored three goals in seven minutes through James Maddison, Jamie Vardy and Harvey Barnes to record a famous win.
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