Leonardo Ulloa’s 89th-minute idea extended Leicester’s lead during a tip of a Premier League to 5 points and denied Norwich a deserved draw.
Ulloa slid in during a distant post to modify Marc Albrighton’s cranky during a finish of an differently baggy Foxes display.
Norwich progressing had a improved chances, Cameron Jerome streamer far-reaching and Nathan Redmond off aim from distance.
Leicester had mostly been limited to shots from stretch until surrogate Ulloa had a final say.
Until a Argentine’s intervention, a Foxes were confronting a awaiting of losing tip mark if possibly of Arsenal or Tottenham win on Sunday – instead they are guaranteed to sojourn during a limit with 11 games remaining.
Norwich are still outward a relegation places, though turn on points with Newcastle, who have a diversion in hand.
Stuff of champions?
For so long, Leicester looked expected to be undone into a stand-off by a tactically sound Norwich opening and their possess miss of guile.
As a Canaries forsaken deep, combining a five-man counterclaim when they didn’t have a ball, Leicester looked to a cunning of Riyad Mahrez and, as a time ticked down, had usually managed dual shots on aim – both from distance, both dealt with by John Ruddy.
Enter Ulloa, who arrived during a behind post to modify into an dull net after Albrighton’s low cranky had only been sloping past Ruddy.
If champions find a approach to win when they are not during their best, afterwards Leicester have given another reason as to because they can lift a title.
More to follow.