Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi featured in Leicester City’s Europa league win over AEK Athens at the King Power stadium on Thursday.
The duo started the match, but were would be replaced in the second half as Leicester went on to secure a 2 – 0 victory over the Greek side.
Iheanacho could not add to his three goal tally in the competition before being replaced by Ayoze Perez in the 69th minute.
Ndidi on his part, lasted three minutes more on the pitch than his compatriot, before making way for French midfielder Nampalys Mendy.
It was the third straight game for Ndidi, who recently returned from two-month lay off after undergoing abductor surgery back in September.
Meanwhile, Harvey Barnes and Cengiz Under scored both goals for the Foxes within opening 20 minutes of the encounter.
Leicester City finished top of Group G with 13 points, same as second place SC Braga.