Bournemouth bounce back
Stanislas 66 pen, Solanke 67, 87, Evans 83 og
Junior Stanislas’ 66th-minute penalty started the unlikely fightback, cancelling out Jamie Vardy’s first-half opener, with the hosts also benefiting from a Jonny Evans own goal.
A remarkable south-coast contest flipped on its head during a crazy two-minute spell in which the Cherries scored twice to go ahead and Leicester defender Caglar Soyuncu was sent off.
The victory leaves them just three points adrift of safety, while giving their goal difference a significant boost. Meanwhile, the Foxes’ European fate is now out of their hands after their amazing capitulation.
Leicester edged ahead in the 24th minute as Premier League leading scorer Vardy slid in to scramble home his 23rd goal of the season.
The game was transformed in the 66th minute after a dreadful goal-kick from Kasper Schmeichel to Wilfred Ndidi who, in his haste to rush back, hauled down Callum Wilson, allowing substitute Stanislas to score from the spot.
Solanke then broke clear to roll the ball underneath Schmeichel, with Soyuncu shown a straight red card in the aftermath for kicking out as Wilson attempted to retrieve the ball.
With Leicester still reeling, Bournemouth put the result beyond doubt in the final 10 minutes. Evans deflected a low Stanisals effort into his own net before Solanke delivered another composed finish.