Leicester City beat Chelsea 2-0 at King Power Stadium on Tuesday. Brendan Rodgers’ men proved once again that they are candidates to win the Premier League for the second time in their history, while the Blues were once again in debt.
Things got off to a great start for Foxes. Things got off to a great start for Foxes. In the sixth minute, Marc Albrighton crossed for Harvey Barnes, who tried to kick the ball but failed to hit it, however Wilfred Ndidi was able to do so and with a powerful shot he scored the first goal of the match.
James Madison could have scored with a spectacular shot from outside the area, but the ball crashed against the crossbar.
In the 41st minute, Albrighton sent a long ball to James Maddison, the Coventry-born man received the ball inside the box and with an unstoppable shot scored the second goal for the Foxes.
Timo Werner scored a goal that seemed to give Chelsea hope, but was ruled out due to an offside by the German.
With this result, Leicester City go top with 38 points after 19 games, however, either Manchester United (which has 37 points after 18 games) or Manchester City (which has 35 points after 17 games) could take that position away from them.