Leicester City’s run of good form was halted by Leeds United on Sunday, with Marcelo Bielsa’s side winning 3-1 away from home.
It started off well for the Foxes as Harvey Barnes scored in the 13th minute, but just over two minutes later it was all level again as Patrick Bamford set up Stuart Dallas for a levelling strike.
Bamford was excellent throughout and got the goal his performance deserved when he fired into the top corner with 20 minutes to go.
Leicester threw men forward as they tried to turn things back in their favour, but they were picked off on the counter attack as Bamford squared the ball for Jack Harrison to enjoy an easy finish.
The result ends Brendan Rodgers’ side’s seven-match undefeated run in the Premier League and means they are now five points behind Manchester City with one extra match played. Leeds United, meanwhile, are still firmly in mid-table and are 15 points above the relegation zone.