SI Staff
Tuesday March 1st, 2016

Anyone watching Leicester City's campaign knows that Riyad Mahrez is capable of creating magic in the attacking third, and he was at it again in first-half stoppage time vs. West Brom on Tuesday. 

Minutes after first-place Leicester had erased a 1-0 deficit at home to the Baggies, Mahrez ran onto a cross and hit a perfect first touch off the outside of his foot to set up Andy King, the Foxes' longest-serving player. King, in Claudio Ranieri's lineup for the injured N'Golo Kante, put his first-time effort off the bounce by Ben Foster to give Leicester a 2-1 edge heading into the locker room at the aptly named King Power Stadium. 

Watch his goal below:

The lead didn't last long for Leicester, as Craig Gardner's gorgeous free kick five minutes into the second half–set up by a Mahrez handball–leveled the score at 2-2, which is how the match finished.

Leicester was aiming to pad its Premier League lead for the final 10-game stretch. The Foxes entered the day two points clear of Tottenham, which faces West Ham on Wednesday with a chance to take the table lead on goal differential before facing London rival Arsenal on Saturday.

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