Wilfred Ndidi was rated average for his performance for Leicester City who drew against Brentford, in their first Premier League game of the season on Sunday.
The rating which was compiled by Leicester Mercury, was for every Leicester players who were in action against Brentford.
Ndidi made his first competitive appearance for Leicester since March after being sidelined with injury.
And following his display for Brendan Rodgers’ side, the Super Eagles star was rated five out of 10 by Leicester
And commenting on his display, Leicester Mercury wrote:”He received plenty of support in winning the ball back in central midfield, so he didn’t need to be the all-action man he can be. In possession, there were moments where simple balls did not find their target.”
Leicester missed the chance to get their campaign off to a perfect start after surrendering a two-goal advantage in their Premier League opener.
Timothy Castagne and Kiernan Dewsbury Hall had put City into a commanding, deserved lead but Brentford fought back thanks to goals from Ivan Toney and Josh Dasilva.
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