London: Jamie Vardy kept up his brilliant scoring record against Arsenal by coming off the bench to earn Leicester City a 1-0 win at Emirates Stadium in the Premier League.
Restricted to just the final half-hour while he manages his return from a calf injury, Vardy had enough time to net his 11th league goal against Arsenal the most he has scored against a single opponent in the competition.
It was an excellent goal, too, with a fine pass over the defense by Youri Tielemans setting free substitute Cengiz Under, who crossed for Vardy to stoop and head home from close range in the 80th minute.
Leicester City bounced back from home losses to West Ham and Aston Villa to record a first win away to Arsenal since 1973. Brendan Rodgers’ team has won all three of its away games so far, scoring nine goals in the process.