ISLAM SLIMANI bagged a double as Leicester thumped Burnley to climb up into the top half of the Premier League.
Slimani scored in either half of an impressive display for the Foxes – yet he wasn’t the only one to impress at the King Power Stadium.
Royad Mahrez continued where he left off in the Champions League with another fine display, and defender Christian Fuchs also shone.
Burnley suffered a bad day at the office as they struggled to make any impression on last year’s Premier League winners – so who scored what in the Dream Team ratings?
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LEICESTER: Zieler 6, Simpson 7, Morgan 6, Huth 7, Fuchs 8, Mahrez 7 (Gray 85, 5), Amartey 6, Drinkwater 6 (King 79, 5), Albrighton 7, Vardy 7, Slimani 8.
Subs not used: Hernandez, Musa, Hamer, Okazaki, Ulloa
Goals: Slimani 45, 48, Mee (og) 78
BURNLEY: Heaton 5, Lowton 6, Keane 6, Mee 6, Ward 7, Arfield 6 (Berg Gudmndsson 57, 6), Defour 5 (Vokes 64, 6), Marney 6, Hendrick 6, Boyd 6, Gray 5 (Bamford 79, 6).
Subs not used: Flanagan, Kightly, Robinson, Tarkowski
STAR MAN: Christian Fuchs, 8.