Leicester City rallied to a draw at home against West Ham thanks to a late deflected strike from their Nigerian midfielder Wilfred Ndidi
The 22 year old fired a trademark rifle which took a fortunate deflection off West hams Fabian Balbuena and past Fabianski in goal for the Hammers
Ndidis leveller denied West Ham what would have been a hard fought win, after playing more than half the game with ten men.
The hammers had taken the lead when Fabian Balbuena scored his first goal for the club after half an hour.
Despite having captain Mark Noble sent off before the interval for a rash studs up challenge on Ndidi West Ham were having the better of the exchanges and seemed set to run away from the King Powwr stadium with all 3 points until Ndidi’s strike a minute from time
The goal was Ndidis first this season and also his first in the Premier League since May 2017 against Watford, 539 days ago.
Ndidis Nigerian compatriot Kelechi Iheanacho also started the game and led the line himself in the absence of Jamie Vardy .
Iheanacho, had the ball in the net after less than two minutes, only to see his effort correctly ruled out for offside.
He was substituted on 61 minutes for Demarai Gray as Leicester pushed for the Equaliser