Super Eagles defensive midfielder Wilfred Ndidi has challenged his teammates to maintain the tempo following an impressive 2-0 defeat of Chelsea on Tuesday.
The former Genk Star who was target in the 6th minute of the match said it feels good to shoot to the top urging his teammates to double effort to keep it real
“Great performance from the team last night,happy to keep it low Zany faceFlexed biceps
We keep going !” he submitted.
The victory saw the foxes take control of the summit with 38 points in 19 games played so far.
Nigeria international kelechi Iheanacho was also in action in the encounter but for only two minutes after coming in as late substitute to Jamie Vardy in the 88 minutes.
The Foxes knew a win would see them overthrow Manchester United and they were glad when Ndidi shot the side into the lead from 20 yards.
Chelsea were denied first half penalty by VAR when Christian Pulisic went down under a challenge from Jonny Evans, but VAR confirmed the offence took place just outside the area.
Chelsea Coach Frank Lampard was still hopeful of a turnaround with a lone goal down but was disappointed to see James Maddison increased the tally for Leicester just four minutes to end of the first half.
Ndidi who has since become a must play for the foxes has now scored seven goals in 130 appearances for the King Power Stadium landlords.