Jamie Vardy and Harvey Barnes Double sinks Aston Villa 4-0 at the king power Stadium.
Brendan Rodgers’ side had not scored in their past three league games before tonight’s encounter.
It was goal rain for the foxes coupled with Aston Villa’s evitable errors.
Former Liverpool shot-stopper Pepe Reina gifted Leicester their first goal.
5 minutes before the half time break, Harvey Barnes shot the ball pass on rushing Pepe Reina to give the foxes the lead. (1-0)
The Spaniard wrong decision to rush out from 15 yards outside the box proved costly for Aston Villa.
Wilfred Ndidi’s presence played a pivotal role in the foxes Victory. Leicester City had not won any game in the premier league since the Nigerian International sustained an Injury.
The midfielder was given a rousing ovation by the foxes faithful as he was replaced in the 83rd minute by Nampalys Mendy.
Jamie Vardy returns from Injury to score his first and second goal of the year ending his nine-goal game drought.
In the 61st minute of the game, Aston Villa was harshly done by as Tyrone mings was deemed to have handled the ball with his arm in the box.
Vardy who had only been on the pitch for 2 minutes after replacing Kelechi Ihenacho stepped up and converted the spot-kick to score his first for the night.
England International scored his second for the night in less than 20 minutes after the first as he was picked out by Harvey Barnes his attempted return was block, but a quick reaction from the striker fired the ball beyond Reina with a half-volley.
Harvey Barnes had been a threat to villa throughout the match compounded Dean Smith sides Woe by latching on to Marc Albrighton pass and gave Leicester a fourth goal in the 85th minute sealing Victory for Brendan Rodgers Side.
That was goal number 56 conceded by Aston Villa, the most by any club in the premier league this season.
This win has widened the gap between the foxes and Fifth-placed Manchester United, this means Leicester is closer to cementing their champions league spot for next season.
And it is a fourth straight defeat for Villa, who had an opportunity to climb up above the relegation zone on the premier league table but squandered it.
Brenda Rodgers is excited about his team performance tonight.