Ndidi splendid as Leicester beat Brighton 2-0

Ndidi splendid as Leicester beat Brighton 2-0

Ndidi splendid as Leicester beat Brighton 2-0

Shinji Okazaki scored inside 52 seconds as Leicester City got their Premier League campaign up and running at the second attempt with a 2-0 home success against Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday.

What appears a major blow to Super Eagles World Cup qualifiers against the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon may be at foot following a toe injury, which has sidelined one of the top strikers, Kelechi Iheanacho.

Leicester City on Saturday bounced back from their dramatic 4-3 defeat by Arsenal on the opening day of the season.

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He didn't train on Thursday.

"We nearly, in one breath, we look at him as a young player because I suppose he's inexperienced at the top level but on the other side we don't, this is a player that's been playing regularly for the last five years". I'll make a late decision tomorrow morning (if he'll play against Brighton).

"He can run but not a full pelt". If he strikes a ball and he catches it wrong on his toe that's a problem because he's getting a lot of discomfort. It's been very hard as he's been behind the fitness levels of the others because of his late start with us. He's been to see a specialist.

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"We're all appreciative at this club that we have a chairman and an owner that's prepared to break those club transfer records, already three times this season".

"We are still trying to bring in, if we can", he added.

"So we're giving him every opportunity to get his fitness levels up and so we'll make a late decision".

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Vicente Iborra (groin), Robert Huth (ankle) and Nampalys Mendy (ankle) are all making progress but are not yet ready for first team involvement.

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