Leicester City secured a 4-2 victory over Burnley, which starred Timothy Castagne and James Justin.
After falling behind an opener from Chris Wood the side of Brendan Rodgers romped to victory, the two defenders were involved in both of the Foxes attacks.
This month Castagne would have deserved a standing ovation if the fans were invited to see his King Power debut.
The 24-year-old first laid down Harvey Barnes’s beautifully weighted pass to slot home Leicester’s equaliser.
As it was his cross that turned Erik Pieters into his own net, Belgium was then instrumental in taking the lead in the Foxes.
When, for his first Prem goal, he rose highest to power past Kasper Schmeichel, Jimmy Dunne gave the away side a glimmer of hope.
But minutes later a Dennis Praet thunder-cracker at the edge of the box finds the top corner for Leicester to seal back-to-back wins.
LEICESTER CITY 4 – 2 BURNLEY
Goals: 0-1 Wood 10′, 1-1 Barnes 20′, 2-1 Pieters OG 50′, 3-1 Justin 61′, 3-2 Dunne 73′, 4-2 Praet 79′
Yellow cards: Rodriguez (B), Bardsley (B); Mendy (L)
Leicester City: Schmeichel, Justin, Soyuncu, Ndidi, Castagne, Mendy, Barnes/Morgan 90+1′, Praet/Albrighton 83′, Tielemans, Perez/Maddison 62′, Vardy
Burnley: Pope, Bardsley, Long, Dunne, Taylor, McNeil, Brownhill, Westwood, Brady/Pieters 40′, Wood, Rodriguez/Vydra 70′