Jamie Vardy scored a scintillating hat-trick to fire Leicester to a 5-2 win at Manchester City to top the Premier League table.
The veteran striker was in deadly form as Pep Guardiola's shaky defence was unable to handle the pressure at the Etihad.
City looked set for a routine afternoon after Riyad Mahrez gave the hosts an early lead, but Vardy brought the game level prior to the half-time whistle.
James Maddison also netted a scorcher from distance in the dominant win.
And Youri Tielemans sealed City's misery with a late penalty.
The stunning defeat hands champions Liverpool an early opportunity to open a six-point lead and lay down an early marker in the title race when they face Arsenal tomorrow night.
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