By Izuchukwu Okosi:
Nigeria forwards Victor Moses and Emmanuel Emenike were in action on Sunday at the King Power Stadium as West Ham United and ten-man Leicester City ended their contest 2-2.
Jamie Vardy, who was sent off in the game after a second yellow card, scored his 22nd goal of the Premier League season in the 18th minute to make it 1-0 when he latched onto a Ngolo Kante through pass inside the West Ham box and fired the ball into the right side of the net.
Super Eagles star Victor Moses hit a shot from just outside the Leicester box in the 49th minute but the effort was blocked while Andy Carroll’s header a minute later missed target by whiskers.
West Ham’s Winston Reid received a lofted pass from the right side and tried to score through a back-heel from around the penalty spot, but the ball flew onto the right post.
Andy Carroll restored parity when he converted from the penalty spot in the 84th minute with a shot that went inside the right post after Les Morgan bundled Winston Reid to the ground. 1-1.
Aaron Cresswell lashed onto the ball with a volley into the top right corner of the goal to let West Ham go 2-1 up two minutes after they leveled.
Leonardo Ulloa then made it 2-2 in added time when he scored from the penalty spot.