Leicester won their first EPL away game of the season, defeating Wolves to move off the bottom of the table and out of the relegation zone.
Youri Tielemans scored for the Foxes with a stunning 22-yard strike that flew past Jose Sa and in off the post.
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Wolves had nine shots in the first 17 minutes before falling behind 2-0 when Harvey Barnes combined with Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall and slotted past Sa.
Former Chelsea striker Diego Costa, who joined Wolves on a free transfer in September, had several chances but couldn’t beat visiting keeper Danny Ward, who tipped one shot over and saved a header. Other attempts by Costa were also thwarted.
A brilliant Ward save denied Daniel Podence, and Ruben Neves fired a free-kick just wide at the start of the second half.
Wolves had created and missed 20 chances by the time Leicester scored their third – James Maddison again claiming a place in England’s World Cup squad with a lovely low strike from 18 yards out.
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That Maddison goal came on only Leicester’s third attempt of the game, and they scored on their fourth as well, Jamie Vardy scoring as they won away from home in the league for the first time after five consecutive defeats.
Every Leicester City supporter is happy with this out standing performance, hoping they will continue in the same spirit.