Leicester City's resurgence continued under the lights at the King Power Stadium thanks to goals from Islam Slimani and Jamie Vardy making it six wins in a row for Craig Shakespeare's men, while Sunderland looked more doomed than ever at the foot of the Premier League table after going six games without a goal.
The hosts opened the scoring through second-half substitute Slimani's close range header on 69 minutes, with their other substitute Marc Albrighton the man who provided the cross for the goal.
Albrighton got his second assist of the game on 78 minutes when he played in Vardy, who finished with power on his left foot to leave Jordan Pickford with no chance in the Sunderland goal for his tenth league goal of the season.
Leicester boss stuck with winning side
Craig Shakespeare opted to field the same side that ran out 2-0 winners against Stoke City on Sunday afternoon, while David Moyes...