Leicester's impressive streak of victories in the Premier League looked to find its end Sunday.
Kasper Schmeichel and co. met Everton, and the ailing Liverpool team looked to get a point home with them.
But deep in injury time made sure Kelechi Iheanacho as yet for the three points to Leicester, when he scored for the final result 2-1.
This is Leicester's sixth victory in a row. The result means that Brendan Rodgers' troops is now lying in second place in the Premier League with 32 points. It is three more than the defending champions from Manchester City and eight fewer than Liverpool in the first place.
Everton get off to a good start Sunday. After a little over 20 minutes was 1-0 for the guests, since Richarlison pandede a post from Djibril Sidibé in the box.
Leicester fought after scoring slowly to more and more chances, and midway in the second half, there were so win.
as long as the out to be the match the final scoring, but Iheanacho would it so different deep inside of the referee's stoppage time.
Again it was on a conversion, that Leicester was dangerous. Nigerian Iheanacho got the ball just outside the box and after a smart move, he sent the ball past Jordan Pickford in the Everton goal.
The euphoric jubilation at the King Power Stadium, however, was interrupted shortly after. Linjedommeren had judged offside. But after a WAS-check out was scoring approved, and then continued Leicester's winning streak that is.
Manchester United were also in action on Sunday evening. Here, it was 2-2 against oprykkerne from Aston Villa.
United went behind 0-1 but got both equalized and brought itself in front of, before Tyrone Mings made it 2-2 with half an hour left.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 01 December 2019, 20:00