Leicester City beat Arsenal 2-0 at King Power Stadium on Saturday.
The surprise 2015 Premier League Champions looked to be frustrated by the Gunners until Wilfred Ndidi opened the way by scoring a shot that bounced off the bar in the second half.
But Jamie Vardy’s shot at the 68th minute finally hit home to give Leicester City a 1-0 lead against Arsenal.
Then James Maddison scored the second goal to seal victory for Leicester at the 75th minute.
Leicester’s victory means they have moved second place to replace Manchester City in the Premier league.
Arsenal’s loss means the Gunners are 8 points off the top four. The Gunners haven’t won a Premier league match since beating Bournemouth 1-0 on 6 October.
Meanwhile, Leicester player, Brendan Rodgers said his club were “not really thinking about the title race” in their match against Arsenal.
“We are thinking about the development of the team and making them better and if we can bring European football here in my time, that would be great,” He explained.
“We have thrown a hand grenade right into the middle of it all. We are working very, very well. We will just concentrate on our performance levels until 10 games to go and assess it then.
“I came here to make an impact and create something that we can hopefully sustain over a number of years.”