Brendan Rodger’s got off to a winning start at the King Power Stadium as his first home game as Leicester boss ended in a 3-1 win over Fulham.

Leicester dominated the first half, the away side failed to even get a shot off in the opening 45 minutes.

The opening goal came as Wilfred Ndidi won the ball back in the Fulham half and instantly played a ball through for Jamie Vardy to run into the box who then unselfishly played the ball across to Youri Tielemans to calmly put the ball into an empty net for his first Leicester goal.

It looked like it might turn into another frustrating afternoon for Leicester as with their first shot of the game Fulham equalised as Ayité’s attempt deflected of Harry Maguire leaving Kasper Schmeichel helpless.

The goal gave revived the away side, they started to get a foot in the game. Then James Maddison played a ball through the Fulham backline and Vardy ran onto it and finished well in his typical fashion.

The goal was Vardy’s 100th for Leicester and he didn’t have to wait much longer for his 101st. Hervey Barnes beat his man on the wing and squared the ball to Vardy who placed it in the bottom corner.

The goal finished the game off for Leicester who came away with their first win under Brendan Rodgers.