Leicester strengthened their grip on a top-four place with a 3-Zero win over relegation-threatened West Brom on Thursday night.
Objectives from Jamie Vardy, Jonny Evans and Kelechi Iheanacho inside 36 minutes ensured the Foxes moved 4 factors away from fifth-placed West Ham.
The consequence has pushed West Brom nearer to relegation as Sam Allardyce seems set to undergo a primary ever relegation as a supervisor.
The Baggies are 9 factors from security with simply six matches left to play.
Leicester and West Brom may have damaged the impasse contained in the opening levels of the competition.
Iheanacho robbed Dara O’Shea of possession inside his personal half and raced by on aim, however was denied by Sam Johnstone, who did effectively to power the striker vast.
And on the different finish, Matheus Pereira picked out Mbaye Diagne contained in the field, however the on-loan Galatasaray ahead miskicked his shot at a vital second.
That miss got here again to hang-out Allardyce’s aspect as Vardy scored his first aim in 12 matches when he latched on to a Timothy Castagne cross and slotted previous Johnstone within the 23rd minute.
Leicester doubled their lead simply three minutes later as Youri Tielemans’ nook deflected off a West Brom participant and into the trail of Evans, who headed in his first Premier League aim since December 2019.
And Brendan Rodgers’ males had their third aim when Iheanacho hammered house a Vardy cutback within the 36th minute.
It’s now 13 targets in as many matches for Iheanacho, who’s Leicester’s high scorer with 16 this season.
The second-half didn’t match the primary 45 minutes with Massive Sam bringing on defender Semi Ajayi for striker Callum Robinson on the break to maintain the scoreline down.
Leicester comfortably noticed out the sport with Iheanacho coming near including a second aim to his title.