Leicester City refused to go to the top of the Premier League, even temporarily, after falling into their own home by Everton with two unanswered goals, today, Wednesday.
And at the King Power Stadium, Everton continued their victories with their precious away victory over Leicester City with two clean goals.
Everton scored a goal in each half, as Brazilian striker Richarlison opened the scoring record in the 21st minute.
At a time when the hosts were looking for a draw, the visitors ended the match “clinically” with a new goal signed by young defender Mason Holgate.
With this result, Leicester refused to grab the lead, even if temporarily, after stuck at 24 points, leaving it in 4th place, 4 points behind the top Liverpool, who won tonight at Anfield.
As for the Toffes, they continued their victories for the second round in a row, and their score rose to 23 points, to break into the European seats (fifth place).
At home Leeds United regained the memory of victories by sweeping Newcastle United by five goals to two, after it was trailing with a clean goal.
Leeds returned with this big result to the winning streak after two consecutive losses, to raise its score to 17 points in the 13th place temporarily.
Newcastle’s balance stuck at 17 points, also ranked 14th, with a remaining match.