Leicester City must fight hard to beat Man Utd – Ndidi
In today's Premier League match at the King Power Stadium against Manchester United, Wilfred Ndidi believes Leicester City must perform at their highest level.
In their last five matches against Manchester United in all competitions, the Foxes are unbeaten.
However, the team led by Brendan Rodgers has yet to win in any of its four Premier League games this year.
Ndidi reckoned that he and his teammates would go all out for a win in the game.
We have to get something out of it, and we have to believe in ourselves." "Every game is not easy in the Premier League,” he was quoted by the official website.
“I am expecting a very, very difficult game because they’ve got the confidence now."
“The first win would be a massive win because we’re hungry for it.”
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