Patrick Bamford scored once and set up two goals for Leeds United as they hit Leicester City’s hopes of going second with a 3-1 win at King Power Stadium.
Leicester took the lead on 13 minutes when Harvey Barnes fired into the bottom corner after a one-two with James Maddison.
Only two minutes later, Leeds responded through Stuart Dallas, whose smart finish came after Bamford’s neat pass.
In an open match, Leeds went ahead with 20 minutes to play, when Bamford was fed by Raphinha and struck a superb shot into the top corner for his first goal in five matches.
The win was confirmed on 84 minutes as Bamford broke away and fed Jack Harrison to tap into an empty net.
Leeds remain 11th with 29 points. A fourth home defeat this season leaves Leicester in fourth, five points behind leaders Manchester City, having played one match more.