Ademola Lookman’s second-half strike gave Leicester a shock victory over Liverpool at the King Power Stadium.
The substitute had only been on the field three minutes when he took a pass form Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall on the left edge of the penalty area, turned inside and then slotted inside Alisson’s near post.
Liverpool’s star strikers both should have finished on the scoresheet with Mohammad Salah seeing a first-half penalty saved by Kasper Schmeichel and Sadio Mane blazing over the bar just before the goal when one-on-one with the Leicester keeper.
The result leaves Liverpool six points adrift of leaders Manchester City at the halfway point of the season.
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The victory is all the more memorable for Leicester’s defensive stocks being depleted, yet keeping the Reds scoreless for the first time in 35 games.