Leicester City got back to winning ways with a 2-1 win over West Ham United at London Stadium.

Brenden Rodgers put out a fairly surprising team selection with many of the team making their first league starts of the season.

Leicester took the lead through Kelechi Iheanacho after Ayoze Perez showed great determination to keep a James Justin cross in play and head the ball back in to the Nigerian striker to nod into the net.

The Foxes’ lead didn’t last long, however, on the brink of half-time the hosts levelled the scoring. Felipe Anderson gliding past a Christian Fuchs tackle and sending the ball into the box for Pablo Fornals to score his first Premier League goal.

It was the visitors who looked the more dangerous of the two sides following the break and it was Perez once again who set up the Leicester winner.

The forward sprinted up the pitch on a Leicetser advantage and played through a perfectly timed pass for Demarai Gray to run onto who then finished with composure.

City weren’t really troubled for the remaining 35 minutes of the match and held on to secure the three points and solidfy their second place position in the table.

Here is how we rated the Leicester players: