Wilfred Ndidi endured another frustrating evening as his mistake cost Leicester City a point against Aston Villa on Wednesday.
The Super Eagles midfielder was on from start to finish in what was Leicester City’s first game since Brendan Rodgers was dismissed.
In 90 minutes, Ndidi recorded one shot at goal, one block and winning two tackles.
He made two errors, with one of them leading to the goal that condemned the Foxes to another defeat.
Leicester City came into the game seeking maximum points to boost their hope of remaining in the topflight.
The Foxes, however, conceded first as Ollie Watkins scored his sixth goal in six successive away games to put Aston Villa ahead.
Harvey Barnes’ superb strike saw Leicester level, only for Ndidi to give away the ball on the edge of the box and allowed Bertrand Traore curled home a beautiful winner for Aston Villa.
The result sees Leicester slip into 19th place, two points from safety with nine Premier League games to play.
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