In Leicester’s home loss to Fulham, Ndidi receives a low rating, while Iheanacho averages.

Wilfred Ndidi received a terrible rating, while Kelechi Iheanacho received an average rating as Leicester fell to Fulham 1-0 at the King Power Stadium on Tuesday.

Leicester Mercury assigned ratings to all Leicester players who appeared against Fulham.

Leicester City had a disastrous start to the new year, losing another home game and losing more players to injury.

At full-time, boos went out as Aleksandar Mitrovic’s first-half goal condemned City to their third straight defeat since Premier League action started. By the end of the week, they might be just a point above the relegation zone.

Following the dismal defeat, Ndidi received a rating of four out of ten, while Iheanacho received a rating of five.

And commenting on Ndidi’s performance, Leicester Mercury wrote: “He gave the ball away for the goal, and continued to give it away throughout the rest of the match. With City dominant in possession in the second half, there was little point in him being on the pitch. City improved when he was taken off.”

And for Iheanacho: “He set up Perez’s chance with his flick around the corner. Otherwise, the only impact he had on the game was that his introduction led to a change in shape that Fulham took time to get to grips with.”