Late Ndidi goal rescues point for Leicester against 10-man West Ham

Late Ndidi goal rescues point for Leicester against 10-man West Ham

Late Ndidi goal rescues point for Leicester against 10-man West Ham

"Over the course of the game we had the ball more and created chances but we didn't quite have the edge again".

The Ghanaian worldwide, who was played at right-back during the encounter, had to be stretched off in the closing moments of the match after suffering what appears to be a serious ankle injury.

The Foxes looked to be heading for a third consecutive league defeat after Fabian Balbuena's first-half opener, but Leicester - aided by Mark Noble's dismissal before the interval - snatched a late point when Wilfred Ndidi's 89th-minute strike was deflected in.

Nevertheless, Pellegrini thought the progress his side have made was clear to see, adding: "I would answer similar - the same way as I did after the last game which we lost against Tottenham".

"I hope it to not be a serious injury".

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However, Ndidi praised the match referee, Michael Oliver for showing a red card to West Ham captain, Mark Noble in the first half of the game at King Power Stadium on Saturday evening.

"The second half was a lot okay but because they were one man down, it was hard for us because we were under pressure at 1-0 down".

"So the shot, without any danger for us, to conceded a goal was unfortunately, the fault wasn't that way and a different action has decided the score".

They came very close with an effort from Kelechi Iheanacho, but the goal was disallowed as the young striker was offside. "We drew against Leicester away with one player less which can be seen as a good result but the mentality of the players is to want more". However, just eight minutes later, Noble went in late on Ndidi, catching the Nigerian high on the shin.

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