Leicester displayed class and determination as the Foxes compounded the woes of Arsenal manager, Unai Emery with a 2-0 victory in Saturday’s Premier League clash at the King Power Stadium.
Super Eagles midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi played a pivotal role in the team’s victory over the Gunners as he marshaled the heart of the midfield with so much confidence and maturity.
The Nigeria international, who has only missed two Premier League games due to injury, prevented Mesut Ozil and Lucas Torreira from making any meaningful impacts in the midfield.
After a goalless first half, the host took the lead through a James Vardy brilliant finish in the 68th minute to send the home supporters into a frenzy.
James Maddison extended Leicester City’s lead in the 88th minute to the delight of their manager, Brender Rodgers.
The victory move Leicester City to second in the league table pending the result of Liverpool and Man City game at Anfield on Sunday.