Ndidi Rues Leicester City Failure To Secure Top-Four Place

Wilfred Ndidi cannot hide his disappointment after Leicester missed a place in the Champions League after Sunday's disappointing 4-2 defeat at home to Tottenham Hotspur, according to Completesports.com.

The Foxes advanced twice in the match via Jimmy Vardy but ended the season on a disappointing note after failing again on the last day.

The defeat was even more painful after Chelsea failed to secure a win over Aston Villa, losing 2--1 to Smith's clergy.

Brendan Rodgers' side also came close to securing a spot in the Champions League last season, but a 2--0 defeat on the last day by Manchester United at King Power Stadium prompted their ambitions.

City ranked fifth for the second time in several seasons, after collecting 66 points from 38 matches, and it would be satisfied with the fifth and the other in the European League.

Ndidi, in apparent disappointment, took to social media to show his frustration with the way the season ended for the team.

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