From the Guardian:
Less selfishness in front of goal from Wilfred Ndidi
No player has taken more shots on goal in the Premier League this season than Wilfred Ndidi, whose only goal during 35 appearances in all competitions came in added time against Peterborough in the FA Cup when Leicester were already 4-1 up. While some might charitably label his selfishness as optimistic opportunism, it has irritated Jamie Vardy enough to become a press conference talking point. In his pre-match briefing before Leicester’s visit from Bournemouth, Claude Puel said he could understand Vardy’s frustration as “he wants all the balls to score”. Safe from relegation, the otherwise excellent Ndidi’s insistence on going for personal glory won’t make much difference in the Premier League, but is a foible that could ultimately cost his side dearly in an FA Cup that is very much up for grabs. It is time to the midfielder saw the error of his ways.