Leicester City had too much in the locker for Pep Guardiola’s side as they ran riot in a 5-2 victory over Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium.
Pep Guardiola saw his side concede five goals for the first time in his 686th game as a manager. Leicester have maintained their 100 per cent record to this season in the Premier League.
Manchester City were dominant in the first half of the game as they pulled one past Kasper Schmeichel with a half foot volley from 15 yards by Riyad Mahrez with his weaker foot four minutes into the game but Leicester equalised with their first shot as Kyle Walker tripped Jamie Vardy in the box. Vardy converted the penalty in the 37th minute to level the scoring.
Vardy was on show again in the 54th minute with a stunning flick beyond Ederson from close range following another winning another penalty for Leicester, this time from Eric Garcia and converted it to send the Foxes 3-1 up putting him on a hatrick.
Maddison who came on from the bench made it four against City with a screamer from 25 yards curled into the top corner in 77 minutes before Nathan Ake headed one in from a corner to pull one for City.
Youri Tielemans added one more to round up the day for City in their sorry show as Mendy fouled Maddison in the box giving Leicester their third penalty of the game with six minutes of normal regulation time left.
The loss was a record breaker in the career of Pep Guardiola as he saw a side he has ever managed conceded five goals for the first time.
Leicester maintain a perfect start to the season moving to the top of the Premier League table with nine points.