Leicester striker Kelechi Iheanacho says he is pleased with draw against Burnley at Turf Moor in the midweek premier league game.
The Nigerian scored an equalizer to secure a point for the foxes as they remain third in the league table.
“It wasn’t a bad game,” Iheanacho told club media at full-time. “I think it was a tough game for us and Burnley, they gave us a bit of heat, but we’ll take a point.
“It was a slow start from us, but after that goal, we got the momentum, got the rhythm, got them running and got the equaliser. We are together as a group and as a team.”
The former Manchester City player scored after he received a pass from compatriot Wilfred Ndidi 10 minutes before the interval.
“We’re talking about the little run from Jamie [Vardy] and the pass from Wilf [Ndidi] – that was the goal for me,” explained Iheanacho. “So, it was a great goal.
“Playing with Jamie, I like playing with him. He’s a runner, if you have a great runner in the team, we know we have to find him, and give him good front passes for him to finish up. I like partnering with Jamie. It’s good.”