Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi incurred a yellow card when his Leicester City side suffered a 4-3 defeat to Wolves in the English Premier League on Saturday.

Diogo Jota was the hero of the seven-goal encounter with his hat-trick, the last coming at added time, securing victory for Wolves.

The goals started coming as early as the 4th minute when Jota opened scoring. Ryan Bennett extended Wolves’ lead eight minutes later to give his side a two-goal lead at half time.

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Clearly angry in the opening 45 minutes, the Leicester boss saw his side hit back within six minutes of the restart - first through Demarai Gray's solo run and finish, and then a Conor Coady own goal.

But after digging themselves out of trouble, Leicester's defence was again undone by a Ruben Neves long ball for Jota to power in his second, only for Wes Morgan to head a late equaliser which appeared to have earned them a point that had seemed so unlikely for much of the game.

Wolves, who beat Leicester 4-3 the last time this fixture was played in the top flight at Molineux in 2003, had other ideas and, in a chaotic finish, Jota won it with Leicester again a mess at the back.

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