- Kelechi Iheanacho told Wilfred Ndidi he should send him an e-mail after requesting for a soap
- The 24-year-old helped Leicester City defeat Crystal Palace after scoring a goal and providing an assist
- The Foxes are few points away from confirming the Champions League spot ahead of next season
Kelechi Iheanacho is currently one of the most in-form players in the Premier League as he helped Leicester City defeat Crystal Palace to cement their status in the Champions League spot.
Kelechi's club and international teammate Wilfred Ndidi has become his hype man both in and outside of the pitch, and this time the midfielder came with another soap-cutting request.
It all started when the former Man City striker scored the all-important winner against Southampton in the FA cup semi finals as the Foxes made it through to the final after many years.
Ndidi's soap request from Iheanacho in Nigerian terms means that his teammate should tell him the secrets of his recent spectacular form.
And after Iheanacho scored another contender for the Premier League goal of the season against Palace, the ex-Genk midfielder asked his compatriot to cut soap for him on Instagram.
"Massive points for us
"Seniorman @kelechi72 we need that soap."
Iheanacho gave a funny response:
"Willy email me for the soap.
"Nepa cut our light, I never charge my phone."
Iheanacho has now scored 17 goals for Brendan Rodgers men in all competitions and also made it 14 strikes in his last 14 appearances for the King Power outfit.
Leicester are almost home and dry to booked their qualification spot in the Champions League as the move four points ahead of Chelsea in third position.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Kelechi Iheanacho posted another five-star performance for Leicester City during their 2-1 win over Crystal Palace and fans have sent a message to UEFA to make him the next Ballon d'Or winner, Goal and Twitter.
The Nigerian international scored his 14th goal in his last 14 games for the Foxes, helping his side to come back from a goal down to win.
Wilfred Zaha had already given Palace the lead in the 12th minute benefitting from a defence-splitting pass from Eberechi Eze to put his side ahead.
Source: Sports Brief News