Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri has urged his team to keep calm, as the Foxes went five points clear at the top of the Premier League with only eight games to play. Shinji Okazaki produced a stunning bicycle kick to put Leicester 1-0 ahead 25 minutes into the game and eventually seal their seventh win from their last 10 Premier League matches.
The Foxes are now five points clear of second-placed Tottenham after 30 games and Ramieri said: "For me it is easy to stay calm but I must transmit this to them [his players] to stay calm. Last season they must be nervous. They survived last season. Now they must enjoy something fantastic. They must continue to play in the same way."
"I understand there are so many voices around Leicester and around the world. Everyone is speaking about Leicester, but we must continue to stay calm and try to do our job. We must enjoy the training sessions and continue to play our football," he added.
Leicester are now 12 points clear of Manchester City and 11 ahead of Arsenal, meaning the title race is looking more like a two-team affair between Leicester and Spurs.