- Wilfred Ndidi played for Leicester City against Tottenham in Premier League
- The Nigerian midfielder made 19 recoveries in the tie against Mourinho's side
- Leicester City are now occupying second position on the Premier League table
Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi who currently plays for Premier League side Leicester City was impressive on Sunday evening, December 20, in win over Tottenham.
The home defeat Jose Mourinho and his wards suffered against Leicester City made them drop from top four as Spurs are now occupying fifth position on the Premier League table.
Wilfred Ndidi had superb game for Leicester City as the Nigerian star made 19 recoveries against Tottenham which helped his side to win the tie 2-0.
That is the most any player has made in a single Premier League in over a year which is an incredible one coming from the Nigeria international.
Calamity as Tottenham lose grip on Premier League table, suffer 2nd straight defeat to Leicester City
A Vardy penalty and an own goal by Toby Alderwereld secured Brendan Rodgers’ first ever win against Jose Mourinho.
Leicester City's win over Spurs also sent the Foxes to second position on the Premier League table with 27 points after 14 games and they are four points behind leaders Liverpool.
Ndidi has been playing for Leicester City since 2017 after joining from Genk, and has so far played 124 games scoring six goals for the Foxes.
He has also been impressive for the Super Eagles as Ndidi played at the 2018 World Cup in Russia for Nigeria and 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Tottenham vs Leicester city ended 2-0 in favour of the Foxes as Spurs lose grip on the Premier League table.
Jamie Vardy continued his good scoring form as he got the first while the Englishman forced Toby Alderweireld into an own goal It was a lovely end-to-end stuff as both sides created chances from the blast of the whistle but they could not convert.
But in the fourth minute of injury time of the first half, Serge Aurier fouled James Justin in the box as the referee had to take a second look at it on the VAR before awarding the penalty.
And Vardy made no mistake in the finish as he scored his 11th goal of the season to make it 1-0 for Brendan Rodgers' side.
Leicester would have been 2-0 up after James Madison latched on to a pass from Mark Albrighton to score a superb goal but the VAR ruled it as an offside.
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