Manchester City 1 Leicester City 3
Report by Kate Thompson
It is such a pleasure to write match reports this season. Week after week, I - along with many other football supporters - think the dream will come to an end, yet still our team keep confounding us all. This was one match I thought we would lose and would have taken a point before it started, but yet again I was left feeling guilty at doubting the players' ability to deliver.
The team was unchanged again, with no place on the subs bench for new boy Amartey; Manchester City, even with their long injury list, still fielded a team of fantastic players, of whom the most dangerous - on paper at least - were Aguero and Silva.
Just as City had learnt from the Liverpool match on Boxing Day, they showed that they had done their homework and gave Manchester City no time to demonstrate their undoubted skills.
On another day of torrential rain, the surface must have been difficult to play on but Leicester took the lead in the third minute; from a free kick on the edge of the box, Robert Huth of all unlikely players, poked the ball past England goalkeeper Joe Hart, although a defender might have got the last touch. Most of the first half was spent repelling wave after wave of attacks but the defence held firm and took an unlikely, but slender, 1-0 lead into the break.