Youri Tielemans scored twice as Leicester City moved into eighth place with a 4-0 win over Newcastle United.
He put them ahead with their first Premier League penalty of the season on 38 minutes, after James Maddison had been brought down by Jamal Lascelles.
Patson Daka doubled the lead 12 minutes into the second half when he slotted a Harvey Barnes pass into an empty net, after a flowing move involving Maddison and Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall.
Newcastle rallied after the second goal and after Jonjo Shelvey had two efforts blocked, they almost got a goal back in bizarre fashion when Kasper Schmeichel had to scramble back to kick clear a wayward backpass from Timothy Castagne.
But Tielemans hit a third for Leicester on 81 minutes when he drove the ball into the roof of the net after Maddison helped on Daka’s cross.
Maddison sealed victory after a clever one-two with Daka.
Leicester are now on 22 points after their first win in three, while Newcastle remain 19th on 10 points, six adrift of safety.
Leicester: 16 Dec v Spurs (H)
Newcastle: 16 Dec v Liverpool (A)