Super Eagles duo of Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi combined to score what was a memorable goal for Leicester City as they picked up an important point away at Burnley to boost their top-four hopes, reports.


Having both failed to impress in last weekend’s disappointing loss at home to Arsenal, the Eagles duo retained their spot in the starting XI as Leicester missed a host of key players due to injury for the trip to Turf Moore.


They however found themselves behind after just 4 minutes when a mistake from Hamza Choudhury allowed Matej Vydra a chance at goal with the Czech forward firing home his first goal of the campaign to make it 1-0.


Down but not out, the visitors clawed their way back into the tie when the ever-present Ndidi found fellow countryman Iheanacho with a well-timed pass with the striker doing the hardest part to volley home at half-length to make it 1-1.


The equalizer did however bring out the best from Leicester who rued a lot of missed chances and had to contain the pressure from a dangerous Burnley who missed a plethora of chances in the second half.


Iheanacho, who was replaced after 67 minutes, had a game rating of 7.3, whilst Ndidi who had to return to center-back duties following injuries at the back gave a near-perfect outing with a rating of 7.6.