Following his latest long range goal for Leicester City in their 2-0 win over Stoke City, Leicester City Nigerian midfielder Wilfred Ndidi says scoring long range goals is something he is use to.
Ndidi opened scoring for Leicester City against Stoke City with a long range drive from 35 yards, almost the same way he scored his first goal for the team in a Cup game against Derby County.
Signed as a replacement for N’Golo Kante who left for Chelsea after helping the Foxes to the title last season, the Nigerian has taken to his new surroundings in England like a duck to water.
The 20 year old who won goal of the year in Belgium for his long range goal against Club Brugge last season was asked in an interview on Leicester TV, if it’s now in him to score goals from distance.
” I will say yes but I’m more concern about the team winning not me scoring”, he said.