By Augustine Akhilomen
Super Eagles midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi was on from start to finish as Leicester City drew Crystal Palace 2-2 in Saturday’s Premier League match at the Selhurst Park.
Having missed the team’s 4-2 lose against Everton last weekend due to injury, the Nigerian international retained his position as he marshalled the Foxes defence with great confidence.
The visiting team began the game on a high note, scoring in the sixth minute through Robert Huth’s brilliant header to send their cheering fans agog.
Leicester City extended their lead in the 52nd minute through Jamie Vardy’s beautiful finish but the home team had other options as they bagan their fight back thanks to a Yohan Cabaye and Christian Benteke’s goal in the 54th and 70th minute respectively.
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