The Super Eagles forward came off the bench to make the difference in Wednesday’s fifth round clash at King Power Stadium
Kelechi Iheanacho’s header sent Leicester City into the FA quarter-finals for the second time in a row as they pipped Percy Tau’s Brighton & Hove Albion 1-0 on Wednesday.
After replacing Jamie Vardy in the 62nd minute, the Foxes had to wait for Iheanacho to turn Youri Tielemans’ cross into the back of the net with his header in the 94th minute of injury time.
The winning goal came just a week after the Nigerian striker ended his Premier League goal drought in a 2-0
Wilfred Ndidi returned to the starting XI after recovering from his injury setback and he played for 62 minutes while Ghana’s Daniel Amartey featured from the start to finish for the hosts.
After watching Brighton & Hove Albion’s last four matches as an unused substitute, South Africa forward Percy Tau returned to Graham Potter’s starting XI and he played for the entire duration…