Castagne - We found West Brom weak spot

Tanya Simon
September 15, 2020

Manager Brendan Rodgers says Wilfred Ndidi was outstanding at centre-back for Leicester City, who made the ideal start to the new Premier League season with a 3-0 win at West Brom on Sunday.

He told the club's official website: "The manager (Slaven Bilic) has seen a lot of change in me in terms of mentality, work-rate and consistency in performances and he said that I was going to get opportunities, so the manager has stuck to his word". He showed great composure with the penalties.

"Any team would want him".

"With top quality players, it doesn't matter what they've done, doesn't matter how much they earn, they want to be the best they can be".

"He played 60 minutes there in a pre-season friendly".

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New signing Timothy Castagne gave the Foxes the lead early on in the second half before a late Jamie Vardy brace from the spot added gloss to the score.

"It's massive for us, especially with how we finished last season.

First things first, I hope we win the game and I hope we play well because when you win games it breeds confidence and creates a positive atmosphere around the group". "We are delighted with three points".

The first arrived off-the-ball when Kyle Bartley fouled the former England striker in the box - who emphatically fired home.

Despite Leicester's drop-off in the second half of the campaign, Vardy still won the Premier League's golden boot last season and the 33-year-old launched his challenge to be top scorer once more with two expertly taken spot-kicks in the final 16 minutes after he and James Justin had been felled inside the area.

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