Nigerian midfielder Wilfred Ndidi put in a superb performance for Leicester City as they crush Arsenal at the King Power stadium on Saturday.
Ndidi, who is considered as one of the most in form players in Europe, was at his usual best for the Foxes in front of their home crowd.
Ndidi taught he has opened the scoring for the hosts four minutes into the second half after fine work from Pereira saw him cross for Wilfred Ndidi, but his 16-yard effort crashed off the crossbar.
Jamie Vardy broke the deadlock in the 68th minute with his ninth goal in as many games against the Gunners, finishing a slick Leicester move involving Youri Tielemans and Harvey Barnes.
James Maddison then secured Leicester’s win seven minutes later with a fine strike into the bottom corner .
Leicester however hold on for their third tough flight win over Arsenal and also open a nine points gap ahead of the Unai Emery’s men .
Leicester will be in action on November 23. They travel to the Amex Stadium to face Brighton.
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