Jamie Vardy returned to haunt Arsene Wenger on his farewell tour as Leicester cruised past 10-man Arsenal 3-1.
The Gunners could still end the season pointless away from home in 2018 after Vardy netted his sixth goal in six games against Wenger to help condemn them to defeat.
Kelechi Iheanacho opened the scoring in the first half just 92 seconds before Konstantinos Mavropanos was dismissed for the visitors.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang did level but Vardy’s penalty and Riyad Mahrez’s late goal settled the game.
What they said
Leicester manager Claude Puel: “The most important thing is the spirit, pressing and conviction. It was a great performance. They gave their best and it was important to finish (at home) with a strong game. They played with strong conviction and quality. It’s a good feeling to win our last home game of the season. The players wanted to reward the fans tonight, they put in place all the ingredients to win.”
Tweet of the match
Star man – Jamie Vardy
Moment of the match
While Vardy’s goal re-established Leicester’s lead, the victory was wrapped up late on as Mahrez burst through and ever so coolly slotted home past Petr Cech to seal a rare win for the Foxes and extend Arsenal’s woeful form on the road.
Leicester: Eldin Jakupovic 7, Danny Simpson 7, Wes Morgan 7, Harry Maguire 7, Christian Fuchs 7, Riyad Mahrez 8, Adrien Silva 7, Hamza Choudhury 6, Fousseni Diabate 7, Kelechi Iheanacho 8, Jamie Vardy 8. Substitutes: Demarai Gray (for Diabate, 74) 7, Aleksandar Dragovic (for Simpson, 81) 5, Harvey Barnes (for Iheanacho, 87) 5.
Arsenal: Petr Cech 8, Ainsley Maitland-Niles 6, Rob Holding 5, Konstantinos Mavropanos 4, Sead Kolasinac 5, Granit Xhaka 5, Aaron Ramsey 5, Henrikh Mkhitaryan 6, Danny Welbeck 5, Alex Iwobi 5, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 7. Substitutes: Shkodran Mustafi (for Welbeck, 19) 5, Eddie Nketiah (for Iwobi, 83) 5.
Who’s up next?
Tottenham v Leicester (Premier League, May 13)
Huddersfield v Arsenal (Premier League, May 13)