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Ndidi Leads Premier League’s Tackles Won League, Outshining Gueye and Kante



Ndidi Leads Premier League's Tackles Won League, Outshining Gueye and Kante

Wilfred Ndidi, the talented midfielder for both the Super Eagles and Leicester City, has emerged as the top player in the Premier League’s ‘Tackles Won League’ this season, according to a recent announcement by the Premier League on their official Twitter account. The Nigerian international has showcased his exceptional defensive skills by winning an impressive 80 tackles in the current campaign.

Following closely behind Ndidi is Idrissa Gueye, the influential midfielder from Everton and Senegal, who has managed to win 79 tackles. In third place is N’Golo Kante, the former Leicester midfielder and current Chelsea player, with a total of 60 tackles won.

Ndidi’s outstanding performance comes as no surprise, as he has consistently displayed his tenacity and determination on the field. In a recent international friendly match against Poland, the Super Eagles secured a hard-fought 1-0 victory, with Ndidi playing a crucial role. The former Genk star showcased his exceptional skills by playing the full 90 minutes, contributing significantly to Nigeria’s success.

The 21-year-old midfielder is set to continue his impressive form in the upcoming friendly against Serbia, which will take place in London on Tuesday. With his remarkable ability to win tackles, Ndidi has undoubtedly become an invaluable asset for both Leicester City and the Super Eagles.

The Premier League’s acknowledgment of Ndidi’s exceptional performance serves as a testament to his hard work and dedication. As the young midfielder continues to excel, fans and experts alike eagerly anticipate witnessing his future accomplishments on the field.

Ndidi’s impressive feat has garnered widespread attention and admiration from football enthusiasts across the globe. With his name dominating headlines, it is clear that his talent and skill have firmly placed him among the league’s elite players.

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