Kelechi Iheanacho scored a dramatic late winner as Leicester came from behind to beat Everton 2-1 at the King Power Stadium.
The Nigerian appeared to change the game after coming on off the bench for Ayoze Perez.
Everton had looked fairly comfortable for the majority of the match, Leicester were struggling to break through the five-man defence.
The opening goal came out of nowhere, with Everton attacking swiftly after gaining possession inside the Leicester half.
A good cross from Djibril Sidibe and an excellent header from Richarlison beat Kasper Schmeichel to give the visitors the lead.
Iheanacho was brought on just after the hour mark and provided the assist for Jamie Vardy’s leveller, the striker’s 13th goal of the season.
It looked as though the points were going to be shared as stoppage time drew to a close. But a ball through to Iheanacho from Ricardo Pereira gave the forward the opening to fire the ball past Pickford.
The celebrations were put on hold, however, as the offside flag had been raised. VAR went on to rule Iheanacho onside and Leicester made it six wins in a row.
Here is how we rated the Leicester players:
Kasper Schmeichel - 7
Schmeichel didn’t have many saves to make throughout the match and the header from Richarlison was out of reach.
Ricardo Pereira - 8
Pereira did well all afternoon in defence and attack and had made a few dangerous runs earlier in the game. He went on to get the assist for Iheanacho’s winner.
Jonny Evans - 8
Evans positioned himself well and made a few important tackles late on.
Caglar Soyuncu - 7.5
Soyuncu defended well for the most part, but was a little loose in possession and gave the ball away in his own half a couple of times with poor passes.
Ben Chilwell - 7
Chilwell looked dangerous going forward in the first half, but didn’t see as much of the ball in the second.
Wilfred Ndidi - 7.5
Ndidi put in a good performance once again and played a big part in Vardy’s goal, intercepting the ball from Pickford’s goal kick.
Youri Tielemans - 6.5
Tielemans was fairly quiet once again in midfield. He didn’t really do anything wrong, but failed to make much of an impact.
James Maddison - 7
Maddison was very tidy in possession, but his timing with Vardy was slightly off. His quality from set-pieces was below his usual standard also.
Ayoze Perez - 7
Perez looked like one of Leicester most dangerous players in the first half, but didn’t do much in the few minutes he played in the second.
Harvey Barnes - 7
Barnes played fairly well but didn’t quite get rewarded for his determined runs down the left.
Jamie Vardy - 8
Vardy looked like an isolated figure for the first half, and barely got a touch of the ball. A change in tactics with Iheanacho coming on saw Vardy getting involved a lot more and stayed aware to get to Iheanacho’s ball first to score his 13th of the season.
Subs: Kelechi Iheanacho - 9
This was probably Iheanacho’s best game as a Leicester player. He showed skill and determination after coming on and was playing clever flicks and passes and deserved both his goal and assist.
Marc Albrighton - N/A
Was a late substitute.