Jamie Vardy's stunning volley set Leicester on its way to a 2-0 victory over Liverpool on Tuesday, keeping the unlikely title challengers top of the Premier League on a night Manchester United rediscovered its scoring touch at Old Trafford.
Manchester City and Tottenham also won to stay in touch with Leicester, but Arsenal was held 0-0 by Southampton and dropped to fourth place.
Leicester preserved its three-point lead and its title charge shows no sign of slowing — nor does Vardy's prolific form this season.
The England striker volleyed in a looping shot from 25 meters before adding another goal in the second half to sink Liverpool at King Power Stadium.
United beat Stoke 3-0, scoring in the first half at home for the first time since September.