Nigeria international and Leicester City midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi, once again put up a sterling performance for his club on the day they remembered their former club chairman, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha.
Ndidi once again played the entire 90-minute duration of the match making the most interceptions (5) at the King Power Stadium on Saturday and was the third-best tackler for the hosts with three tackles, behind Ricardo Pereira (6) and Caglar Soyuncu (5)
The Foxes made it a memorable occasion that Vichai, as their late chairman is foldly called, will be proud of as they beat Burnley 2-1.
Belgian Youri Tielemans claimed the winning goal at the King Power stadium to take Leicester to third place on the Premier League table.
The Belgium midfielder scored the decisive goal, after Jamie Vardy had cancelled out Chris Wood’s opener for Burnley, but the visitors were unfortunate in the extreme not to equalise 10 minutes from time.