Leicester City recovery under new manager Craig Shakespare continued against West Ham after they defeated the Hammers 3-2 in a Premier League game.
It was also a day for their Nigerian midfielder Wilfred Ndidi to pick up his first assist, as he has been credited with the last touch before Jamie Vardy restored the two goals advantage of the Foxes.
Ndidi was involved in a scramble in the box of West Ham following a well taken corner kick from Riyad Mahrez, and the Premier League has ruled that he got the last touch before Vardy turned the ball in.
Also, his Nigerian compatriot at the team Ahmed Musa played for the first time under the new manager, coming on as a substitute for Shinji Okazaki in the 76th minute.
The defending champions are yet to lose a game under recently appointed full time manager Shakespare with four wins so far in the games he has handled them following the dismissal of Claudio Ranieri.