Leicester suffered another home stumble in their bid for Champions League football next season as Southampton erased memories of their 9-0 mauling by the Foxes in October with a 2-1 victory.

Although Dennis Praet scored his first goal for Leicester since his £18million move from Sampdoria in August, a viciously-deflected Stuart Armstrong strike and Danny Ings' 16th goal of the season gave the Saints their fourth Premier League win in five games.

For City, it is now back-to-back league defeats at the King Power Stadium and only one point from a possible nine at home as Brendan Rodgers' side have faltered of late in front of their own fans.

VAR, though, also played a major role in the game, ruling out three offside goals for Leicester, and a penalty decision for the visitors.

Everton continued their improvement under new boss Carlo Ancelotti with a 1-0 home win over Brighton.
Richarlison fired the Toffees in front with a curling finish after 38 minutes.

Richarlison celebrates the only goal at Goodison

Brighton went close to an equaliser just before the hour when Leandro Trossard's shot hit the crossbar.
In the 77th minute, Dominic Calvert-Lewin's scrambled goal from an Everton corner was ruled out by VAR for a handball.

Wolves and Newcastle played out a 1-1 draw at Molineux. Miguel Almiron put the visitors ahead after seven minutes. Leander Dendoncker, though, soon equalised following a corner.