Leicester City 1 Leeds United 3- player ratings

Leeds United pulled off a terrific 3-1 win at Leicester City.

OUTSTANDING: Leeds United's Stuart Dallas

The Foxes have established themselves as Premier League title contenders, but suffered a 3-1 defeat at home to the Whites.

Chief football writer Stuart Rayner assesses the individual performers.

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Illan Meslier – some good saves, particularly in the second half, to keep Leeds in it 8

Luke Ayling – excellent in the first half when the game was open 7

Liam Cooper – a couple of important blocks 7

Pascal Struijk – a bit hit and miss but his defending allowed Leeds to spring the counter-attack for the third goal 6

Ezgjan Alioski – given a slightly odd second-half position, he stuck to the job well 6

Kalvin Phillips – Leicester's tactical change made it a hard second half for him 6

Raphinha – not as involved as usual, but a nice pass for Bamford's goal 7

Stuart Dallas – a goal, he dealt with James Maddison in the second period, then started the move which ended with Jack Harrison's decisive goal 9

Rodrigo – had not felt his way into the game before succumbing to what looked like a groin strain 6

Jack Harrison – a goal to top things off 6

Patrick Bamford – excellent finish for the second goal, and made the other two 7.

Substitutes:

Mateusz Klich (for Rodrigo, 21) – excellent ball for Dallas's goal 7

Helder Costa (for Raphinha, 80) – N/A.

Not used: Casilla, Cresswell, Davis, Shackleton, Roberts, Hernandez, Poveda.

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