Leicester continued their 100% record under new boss Craig Shakespeare in the Premier League after a 2-0 win at home to Stoke, with Wilfred Ndidi netting a stunner for the Foxes.
Ndidi has been one of the star performers during Leicester’s renaissance, with the midfielder starting to fill the boots of the departed N’Golo Kanté.
The Nigerian’s strike, the opening goal of the game, came on 25 minutes, courtesy of a magnificent long-range piledriver which left Stoke ‘keeper Lee Grant with no chance…
The Foxes would double their advantage just after the break, with in-form striker Jamie Vardy superbly volleying home.
The Potters rarely threatened Leicester’s goal throughout the game, although Peter Crouch should have scored from close ranger late on.
However, Leicester were worthy winners as their resurgence under Shakespeare continues.