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Ndidi Gets Poor Ratings, Iheanacho Average In Leicester’s Home Loss vs Arsenal

Wilfred Ndidi got a poor rating while Kelechi Iheanacho got an average score in Leicester City’s 3-1 home loss to Arsenal on Sunday.

The ratings which was compiled by Leicester Mercury, was for every Foxes player that featured against the Gunners.

And in their ratings, Ndidi got four and Iheanacho five out of 10.

Commenting on Ndidi’s performance, the English publication wrote:“ It’s rare Ndidi makes this many mistakes. Gave the ball away in his own half and then made the foul for the penalty that was overturned, and then inexplicably raised his hands for the spot-kick that was given.”

And for Iheanacho: “Did his job for the goal, dummying to allow Tielemans to get in, while he showed some nice touches and produced a few passes to Vardy that earned the striker’s applause, if not a finish. Skied a very good late opportunity.”

It was a sixth home defeat for Leicester who drop to third position in the league table.

And early opener from Youri Tielemans was cancelled by goals from David Luiz, Alex Lacazette and Nicolas Pepe.

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