Leicester City moved above Tottenham Hotspur with a 2-0 win in north London on Sunday.
Jamie Vardy put the visitors ahead from the penalty spot just before half-time after Serge Aurier’s idiotic foul on Wesley Fofana.
James Maddison thought he’d made it 2-0 straight after half-time but the goal was ruled off for offside by VAR.
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However, Brendan Rodgers’ side had their double advantage when Jamie Vardy’s header deflected off Toby Alderweireld for an own goal.
Spurs were coming off the back of a devastating 2-1 loss to Liverpool and provided a lacklustre performance in an important game.
They have now fall down to fifth on the Premier League table, six points behind leaders Liverpool.
Leicester are now in second-place, four points behind Liverpool, but Rodgers doesn’t want his team getting carried away.
“The players have done great. A European campaign, lots of injuries, but they have kept the enthusiasm, spirit and quality, so it is a very pleasing opening third of the season,” said Rodgers.
“The ambition is to continue improving. We won’t get carried away, there is a lot of development to take place in our young players.
“We will see. It has been a really good start, I am satisfied with where we are at, knowing there are improvements to make.”