Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi and striker Kelechi Iheanacho were in action for Leicester City as they played out a 2-2 draw at Stoke City on Saturday.

While Ndidi played full duration, Iheanacho was thrown into the fray in the 58th minute to replace Shinji Okazaki.

Leicester went ahead twice but Stoke bounced back to draw level in front of over 29,000 spectators at the Bet365 Stadium.

Vicente Iborra scored the opening goal but Xherdan Shaqiri drew level six minutes later for Stoke to end the first half at 1-1.

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Riyad Mahrez did it all on his own in the 60th minute, coming in from the right, working his way past two players, cutting in on his left and placing a low shot under Butland and into the far corner to restore Leicester’s lead.

But it would not last longer than 13 minutes as Shaqiri's corner was met at the near post by substitute Peter Crouch who headed home to cancel the deficit.

With two minutes to the end of the game, Iheanacho put the ball in the back of the net but was ruled offside.

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