Nigerian international footballer and Leicester City defensive midfielder Wilfred Ndidi, has taken to his official social media page to encourage his teammates and fans after they came from behind to draw their 6th English Premier League fixture of the season.
Ndidi who played the full 90 minutes for Leicester City against Burnley, was unable to inspire his side to victory. Jamie Vardy was on target to Leicester City, as he scored 2 goals, to ensure Leicester City still maintains their English Premier League title hunt.
Regarded as one of Leicester City most important players, Ndidi has been consistent this season, as his tackles, clearance and interceptions have been outstanding.
Leicester City fans will be hoping their team can improve on their League performance, if they are to qualify for next seasons champions’ league spot.
“We stay positive.” Nidid’s social media message reads.
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