Super Eagles midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi aside from coach Brendan Rodgers, was one of the subjects of criticism as Leicester City suffered yet another loss – another heavy one
The former League champions continued their terrible start to the season as they were hammered 6-2 by Antonio Conte’s Tottenham Hotspur.
Ndidi, who was at the heart of the midfield in Rodgers’ 4-1-4-1 set up was heavily criticised for Tottenham’s third goal after he lost the ball to Rodrigo Bentacur in the midfield.
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Ndidi was also one of the major culprits in the Foxes 5-2 loss to Brighton at the Amex two weeks ago after his tackle led to a penalty.
Leicester City have now conceded 22 goals in their opening 7 Premier League games – a new record as they remain winless.