Ray Dennis Praet sealed the victory over Burnley Leicester comprehensive as foxes sent a warning to his rivals in the Premier League.
The midfielder wrapped up a 4-2 win at the King Power Stadium Leicester left early part of the table top on goal difference.
Harvey Barnes, Erik Pieters own goal ‘and James Justin helped the hosts are tested over the disappointment of last season to be excluded from the Champions League on the last day. Chris Wood opener for Burnley briefly threatened to derail side while Brendan Rodgers and Jimmy Dunne pulled a goal back, the Foxes were comfortable winners.
Leicester maintained their 100 percent record after a 3-0 win against West Brom last week – the first time they have won their first two league games since 2015, when he went on to win a title shock.
Burnley opened his campaign with defeat high-flying and desperately without the injured James Tarkowski.
Sean Dyche side started well enough and threatened earlywood when he was sent clear Robbie Brady, but his lack of pace saw the ruling and Wilfred Ndidi intervened to dry.
But wood and Burnley positive start was rewarded when striker opened the scoring after 10 minutes.