Ndidi...Caught in a web of bad results

Leicester City coach Brendan Rogers has been groaning about his 2-1 loss to Chelsea in Saturday’s English Premier League game.
Chelsea beat the Foxes with a brace by Raheem Sterling and Wilfred Ndidi only came in when the game was in the dying minutes to replace a tired Youri Tielemans.
“We wanted to come through the pitch quicker. Boubakary Soumare has been great in training and he has committed now to staying at the club, which is great,” Rodgers said as quoted by BBC.
“He allows us to play through the thirds quickly and that was the reason for him coming in instead of Ndidi.”
Speaking of the loss, which was the third in the season, Rogers said: “We’re disappointed not to [take a point];
“I said [at full-time]: ‘Listen, it’s a defeat for us, and it’ll hurt’. At this stage of the season, we wanted to make a better start than we have done, however, at least I can see the rhythm getting back in the team.”

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