Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi played all 90 minutes for his side as they drew Stoke City 2-2 in the English Premier League on Sunday.

The 20-year-old will now shift focus to Super Eagles’ 2018 World Cup qualifier against Algeria and the international friendly against Argentina.

Leicester went up twice but conceded to their host on both occasions as Saturday’s tie ended in a draw.

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The Nigerian player has thanked Leicester supporters and promised the club will keep improving.

“We will keep going, Massive support from the traveling fans. Safe travel back home. National duty calls.” He wrote on twitter.

Nigeria will open camp in Casablanca before flying to Blida where the November 11 inconsequential World Cup qualifier will be played. The Super Eagles have already qualified for Russia 2018.

Coach Gernot Rohr will lead the squad to Russia for a friendly against Argentina scheduled for November 14 in Krasnodar.

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