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

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"We know that when we need a player they will come immediately to work with us".

Leicester laid siege to the West Ham goal thereafter and finally made the breakthrough after 89 minutes with Ndidi's deflected strike making it 1-1.

While Ndidi played throughout the Premier League clash staged at the King Power Stadium, Iheanacho was subbed off in the 62nd minute. "For me, they are a very good team".

Leicester avoided a third successive English Premier League defeat after a late equalizer from Wilfred Ndidi rescued a 1-1 draw with West Ham at King Power Stadium on Saturday.

Manuel Pellegrini's side found themselves heading into the game without several of their first-team players, however, they started the match brightly. There's a referee and you must accept his decision.

"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".

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However, things quickly turned a little sour for the Irons when Mark Noble was shown a straight red card. It was really, really hard in the first half although we had more chances.

"I thought more about that at the end than the game". We must continue working and we are unlucky with the goals we are conceding.

Anderson chipped the ball to the back post from a Snodgrass free-kick and Declan Rice headed it back across the penalty area where Balbuena saw his diving header hit the inside of a post before getting up to fire the rebound into an empty net from close range.

Speaking after the game, Leicester City boss Claude Puel provided an update on Amartey's condition, saying: "My first thought is for my player at the end, Amartey. I hope it is not serious, he played well and gave everything".

After that it was all West Ham, with the Hammers left frustrated as their continuous chances were either going just off target or were being saved by Kasper Schmeichel.