Jamie Vardy's 11th goal of the Premier League and a strike by James Maddison helped Leicester win a well-deserved victory over Arsenal to increase pressure on Unai Emery.
The hosts were probably the stronger of the two teams in the first half They showed great intentions to attack the King Power, but were lucky enough to miss no goal when Alexandre Lacazette missed a goal.
After the restart, the foxes continued to press and Wilfred Ndidi hit the wood for the hosts before Arsenal's new permanent captain, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, saw offside.
And Brendan Rodgers' high-flyers eventually reached the goal that their performance was earned when Vardy finished a well-crafted team goal at Doubles No seven minutes later Maddison, who had recently been called to England's Gareth Southgate squad, doubled Arsenal's players rated …
Bernd Leno 6
No scoring chance, but the distribution could have been better.
Hector Bellerin 5
Still looking for form and speed.
Rob Holding 5
Brought the ball out well, but occasionally a little rash.  Sead Kolasinac of Arsenal fights with Ricardo Pereira of Leicester City for possession
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David Luiz 7
Read Danger very good and one of the better distributors.
Calum Chambers 5
Never looked so comfortable and that was eventually suspended.
Sead Kolasinac 6
Strictly limits his attacking ambitions, but quite solid in the main job.
Alexandre Lacazette 5
Missed an early actor and tried to regain confidence.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 5
Fought with his touch and ruled out a tight offside position.
Nicolas Pepe (Holding 77) 6
Joe Willock (Torreira) 6