Leicester City’s Premier League survival hopes suffered a blow as they were beaten 5-3 by Fulham at Craven Cottage.
The hosts opened the scoring through a Willian wide free-kick before strikes from Carlos Vinicius and Tom Cairney powered them into a 3-0 half-time lead.
Cairney added another after the restart before Harvey Barnes pulled a goal back for the visitors, who then saw Jamie Vardy miss a penalty in the 66th minute.
Willian re-established Fulham’s four-goal lead with another fine strike before James Maddison netted Leicester’s second with an 81st-minute spot-kick.
Barnes scored a late third but the struggling Foxes slumped to an underwhelming defeat.
Leicester remain just above the drop zone on goal difference with relegation rivals Nottingham Forest and Everton both playing later on Monday.
Fulham ended a three-match winless run and remained 10th, two points behind west London rivals Brent ford.
Writing by Fany Olumoye; Editing by Annabel Nwachukwu