Brighton extended their superb start to the Premier League season with a 5-2 victory that left bottom of the table Leicester in turmoil
while leaders Arsenal prepared for the latest test of their flying start at Manchester United later on Sunday.
Graham Potter’s fourth placed side made it four wins from their first six games thanks to a second half surge at the Amex Stadium.
Kelechi Iheanacho put Leicester ahead in the first minute, but a Luke Thomas own goal and Moises Caicedo’s strike gave Brighton the advantage.Kelechi Iheanacho put Leicester ahea
Patson Daka equalised for Leicester, but the struggling visitors collapsed after half-time as Leandro Trossard put Brighton in front before Alexis Mac Allister’s double sealed th
Leicester have taken just one point from their first six games, losing five in a row to leave boss Brendan Rodgers under severe pressure.
In a damning assessment of Leicester’s predicament, Rodgers admitted after Thursday’s defeat against Manchester United that the Foxe
who twice narrowly failed to qualify for the Champions League under his leadership, are not the same club they were two years ago.