Wilfred Ndidi was on parade for the entire duration in Leicester City win over Tottenham Hotspurs at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.
The victory is a perfect response from the Foxes who suffered their first league defeat of the season in the hand of Manchester United at Old Trafford last weekend.
Ndidi who has missed just a league game for the Brenda Rodgers’ men this season was as the heart of his team’s midfield, as they fought back from a goal down to snatch victory, thanks to James Maddison’s late strike.
Leicester thought they had scored the opener when Wilfred Ndidi bundled home after Paulo Gazzaniga’s fumble, but VAR ruled it out for an offside, and minutes later Harry Kane put Spurs ahead with a superb finish.
Portuguese full-back Ricardo Pereira restored parity for the home side, before Madison’s wonder 35-yard strike sealed the win.
Ndidi was rated as one of the Leicester’s performer, as they keep their top-six hope alive.