Leicester City are now two wins away from sealing a champions league spot after their 2-0 victory over Sheffield United.
Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers has urged wilfred Ndidi and other players of the foxes to “make more history” after their 2-0 victory over Sheffield United on Thursday at the King power stadium.
A Goal in each half from Ayoze Perez and Demarai Gray gave Rodgers men the much-needed win as they continue to fight for a champions league spot in place in the Premier League.
Leicester remains 4th position level on points with Manchester United but with a goal difference and a point behind Frank Lampard’s Chelsea with two games left to conclude the 2019/20 season.
“I thought we were brilliant,” Rodgers told Sky Sports after the game.
“Sheffield United deserve so much credit for how they have worked and how Chris Wilder has got them playing, but we were outstanding.
“We have played well since we have come back but not been consistent enough. Tonight, we were able to do that. A very good performance.
“The result gives us the second-highest finish in Leicester’s history. We have two games to go to create some more history.”
The foxes will travel to North London as they take on Spurs on Sunday 19 July 2020.