Nigerian midfielder Wilfred Ndidi was impressive in the middle of the pack for his English Premier League side Leicester City as he helped the Foxes who outplayed Chelsea to an important goalless draw at Stamford Bridge, AOIFootball.com reports.
Chelsea, parading former Leicester City midfield general N’Golo Kante could not stop the Foxes who had more attempts on goal than their hosts, who also were restricted to counter attacks all through the first half until the introduction of Pedro Rodriguez and Willian in the second half.
Ndidi came close to scoring with a header in the 14th minute but his effort was parried away by Thibaut Courtois. Apart from his attempt at goal, the player had a pass accuracy of 85 percent, 5 successful long balls out of 8, 2 successful dribbles, 4 interceptions, and won 5 tackles and had a success in 10 duels out of 18.
The former KRC Genk star has enjoyed rave reviews in recent times in England including being placed 51st in most valuable player in the World.
Meanwhile, Victor Moses gave a good account of himself as he featured for the entire duration of the game.