The trio of Ademola Lookman, Wilfred Ndidi and Kelechi Iheanacho featured as Leicester City beat Liverpool at the King Power Stadium on Tuesday.
While Ndidi returned from injury to start the game alongside Kelechi Iheanacho, Ademola Lookman was a second half substitute and also the hero of the game.
Liverpool almost went ahead in the first half, when the referee awarded them a penalty, after Ndidi tripped Mohammed Salah.
The Egyptian dusted himself up, but failed to beat Kasper Schemeichel in goal for Leicester City.
Liverpool continued to dominate the game and Leicester City boss responded by taken off Iheanacho for Dewsbury-Hall and Hamza Choudhury for Ademola Lookman.
The substitution worked perfectly as Lookman netted the winning goal three minutes later.
It was his fifth goal of the season in all competitions for the Foxes, since arriving on loan from RB Leipzig in the summer.
The victory was a revenge for their Carabao Cup elimination in the hand of Liverpool last week and a welcome boost after conceding six to Manchester City.
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