Wilfred Ndidi was back in Leicester City's starting lineup today when they hosted Legia Warszawa at the King Power Stadium. The Super Eagles midfielder was in fine form today as he inspired Leicester City to a massive 3-1 victory over Legia Warszawa.
Leicester City opened the scoring in the 11th minute of the match after Patson Daka found the back of the net with a brilliant striker to make the scoreline 1-0. James Maddison doubled Leicester City's lead in the 21st minute of the match as he struck the ball beautifully into the back of the net to make the scoreline 2-0. Two more goals came in the first half of the match as Wilfred Ndidi and Filip Mladenovic scored in the 26th and 27th minute respectively to make the scoreline 3-1 at halftime
The second half didn't yield any goal from both teams as Leicester City won the match by 3 goals to one.
Wilfred Ndidi had a brilliant display for Leicester City today against Legia Warszawa in the Europa League. He played his defensive midfield role quite impressively by maintaining composure at the back. The Nigerian International is slowly getting his form back for Leicester City and he needs to be more consistent this season.
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