Ndidi Shines In Leicester Draw At West Ham; Iheanacho,Success Subbed

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Wilfred Ndidi made his 34th Premier League appearance for Leicester who drew 2-2 away at West Ham at the Olympic stadium report Completesports.com.

Harvey Barnes scored a late goal to salvage a point for the Foxes.

Michaili Antonio shot the Hammers into the lead after 38 minutes but Jamie Vardy restored parity for the Foxes.

Lucas Perez made it 2-1

for the Hammers in the 82nd minute of the win.

The Nigerian international,Ndidi who has been shortlisted for Leicester City player of the year award missed a chance

to put the Foxes into the lead in the 70th minute.

Ndidi’s compatriot, Kelechi Iheanacho came on for Demarai Gray in the 84th minute.

The game was his 29th of the season for Leicester City.

Isaac Success made his 27th Premier League appearance for Watford coming on as a 72nd minute substitute for Andre Gray in Saturday’s 2-1 win over Huddersfield Town at the Vicarage Road.

Gerard Deulofeu scored a goal in each half for the Hornets.

Ahearne-Grant grabbed a consolatory goal for Huddersfield Town late on in the game who are already relegated to English Championship.

At the Molineaux, Leon Balogun was not listed in Brighton Hove Albion’s squad that forced Wolves to a goalless draw.

Elsewhere, Fulham handed Bournemouth a shock 1-0 defeat at the Vitality stadium.

Aleksandar Mitrovic scored the winning goal.

The Serbian striker won and scored a second-half penalty as Scott Parker’s side chalked up back-to-back victories.

The result spoiled Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe’s celebrations as he took charge of his 500th game.

By Johnny Edward.

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