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SportWilfred Ndidi relieved after Leicester City return to winning ways

14:45  10 march  2019
14:45  10 march  2019 Source:   goal.com

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Leicester City Player Ratings: Brighton (H) Leicester City came away with their first win since New Year’s Day as they beat Brighton & Hove Albion 2-1 at the King Power Stadium in the first game since Claude Puel’s sacking. New manager Brendan Rodgers was confirmed by City an hour before kick-off and watched the game from the stands. The new boss got a good reception from the home fans as he was announced in the stadium before the match kicked off. Brighton’s goal scored by Davy Propper made the final few minutes an anxious wait for the Foxes faithful, eager to see their side win at home for the first time this year.

After Watford's defeat, Tielemans and Vardy found the back of the net against the Cottagers to help the Foxes bounce back to victory.

After Watford's defeat, Tielemans and Vardy found the back of the net against the Cottagers to help the Foxes bounce back to victory.

Wilfred Ndidi relieved after Leicester City return to winning ways © getty

Wilfred Ndidi feels relived after Leicester City returned to winning ways with a 3-1 win over Fulham in Saturday’s Premier League game at the King Power Stadium.

Having suffered loss last time out to Watford, the Foxes hit the ground running with a 21st-minute effort from Youri Tielemans.

Floyd Ayite levelled for the Cottagers before Jamie Vardy’s brace handed Brendan Rodgers his first win since he took over from Claude Puel.

The Nigeria international who has featured in all their league games this season took to the social media to show his pleasure.

“The sound of victory” Ndidi tweeted.

The win helped Leicester move to the 10th spot in the log after gathering 38 points from 30 games.

They will hope to continue with the impressive form when they visit Burnley in their next Premier League game on March 16.

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