Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi was a delight to watch on Saturday at the King Power Stadium as the foxes hosted Arsenal.
The Nigerian international apart from putting up a command performance in the middle of the park where he operated, made show he laid breathe taking passes to the delight of this teammates up front.
The melting point of his contributions that tickled the fancy of fans and technical bench alike was his 74th minutes pass to James Vardy who in turn tapped backwards for James Maddison to seal the second goal for the side.
Vardy had earlier shot the hosts into the lead in the 68th minute.
Commentators agreed in course of their analysis of the match that the Nigeria contributed in no small measures to the victory song enjoyed by the foxes who succeeded so far in maintaining an unbeaten record in recent times at home.
The feat shot the foxes to the second position on the table at least till after the all-important Super Sunday clash. Leicester will next face Brighton & Hove Albion away next Saturday.