Ndidi who was in action on Saturday, March 3 as Leicester City had to come from behind to snatch a draw at home against Bournemouth was rated to have performed well.
According to the ratings provided by the Leicester Mercury Ndidi was ranked seven over 10 and the joint top performer for Leicester in the encounter.
A statement by the Leicester Mercury described Ndidi’s performance as, “The pick of the midfield three, always willing to put his foot in.”
The away side took the lead through a penalty by Josh King in the first half, before Riyad Mahrez equalized in stoppage time for the foxes.
The defensive midfielder will be at Leicester till the end of the season and should go on to represent Nigeria at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Ndidi will be in action when Leicester City travel to West Bromwich Albion on Saturday, March 10.