Leicester impressive run in the Premier League was cut short on Sunday when they suffered a shocking 3-0 defeat by West Ham.
The Hammers who were without their club coach David Moyes who is recovering from coronavirus were fast on he break and counter attack.
Unlike their surprising 5-2 win against leaders Manchester City, the host were behind in the 14th minute when Antonio converted a Cresswell’s cross.
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The assist provider was once again on record providing one for Pablo Fornals who calmly netted it to the back of Leicester’s net for the second.
The Foxes survived two more scares that could have left them at an impossible place for a comeback thanks to quick interventions.
Declan Rice came close to make it three but his shot hit the side of the goal post before going back into play.
Bowen netted the final goal of the match collecting a Fornals through ball before rounding the ball past Schmeichel who had come out on full stretch.
The win leaves Leicester at position two with nine points from four matches played. Everton dominate the pole position with a 100% Premier League record so far.