Leicester City returned from their 2-1 premier league opening day defeat to Manchester United with a win over Wolverhampton Wanderers at home, on Saturday.
Nigeria’s Wilfred Ndidi was in the midfield for all 90 minutes as the Foxes cruised to the 2-0 victory.
The 2016 Premier League champions took the lead through an own goal by Wolves defender, Matt Doherty, 29 minutes into the game.
The Irishman conceding his team’s first away goal which would lead to an eventual loss.
Englishman, James Maddison, increased their opponent’s woes with the second for the home side, 44 minutes of regular time.
The 21-year-old scoring in his first league home game for Leicester.
Ndidi proved his addition to the starting line-up pushing forward a Leicester attack from the back.
The Nigerian international saw couple of attempts at goal blocked by the Wolves defence.
Jamie Vardy saw straight red in the 66th minute.
Vardy, 2016 highest goal scorer went in harshly on the games first scorer, Doherty, catching the Irishman on the leg.
Referee, Mike Dean, considered it too harsh a challenge, sending the player off for the third time in his career.