Leicester City suffered a surprising defeat in the Premier League on Monday evening.

'The Foxes' lost 1-2 at home against low flyer Fulham.

Fulham already led 0-2 in the King Power Stadium at half time.

After half an hour it was Ademola Lookman who hit the far corner and eight minutes later Ivan Cavaleiro used a penalty.

Referee Simon Hooper pointed to the dot after the intervention of the VAR, which found a rude violation by defender Christian Fuchs.

Leicester's connection goal only came in the 86th minute.

Jamie Vardy headed the ball back to Harvey Barnes and he hit hard in the top left corner, but his hit came too late for the home side to take another point or more.

Due to the defeat, Leicester City remains in fourth place in the Premier League with eighteen points.

Manager Brendan Rodgers' team could have tied the score with leader Tottenham Hotspur.

Low flyer Fulham only booked the second victory of the season in the Premier League.

'The Cottagers' now occupy seventeenth place with seven points.

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