Claudio Ranieri is a happy man, his side hold on as Leicester move up to fourth in the table.
- Norwich XI: Ruddy, Whittaker, Martin, Bassong, Brady, Howson, Dorrans, Tettey, Jarvis, Hoolahan, Jerome
- Leicester XI: Schmeichel, Simpson, Huth, Morgan, Fuchs, Albrighton, Kante, Drinkwater, Schlupp, Okazaki, Vardy
Brave defending from Wes Morgan to head a ball away.
OOOOOOHHHHH!! Nathan Redmond nearly equalises. His shot his heading into the net, but Danny Drinkwater sticks out his backside to divert the ball wide of goal.
Everyone though that was in.
More Norwich pressure but Leicester holding firm.
Leicester break forward as Danny Drinkwater finds Jamie Vardy in the box, whose effort is saved by John Ruddy.
Jamie Vardy is like a toy with one of those long-lasting batteries inside him, battered and bruised but still chasing the ball.
Sebastien Bassong heads over Wes Hoolahan's cross. A pressure relieving miss for Leicester. Still four minutes to play.
Nathan Redmond's tantalising cross is headed away by Robert Huth.
Foxes clinging on for the win...
SIX MINUTES of added time. Plenty of time for Norwich to get the leveller.
Into the last minute, and Jamie Vardy is still causing problems, dragging a shot wide of goal.
Robert Huth heads over for Leicester. Can they hold on?
Nathan Redmond's rising drive comes off the angle of post and bar.
What's this lad made of??
Marc Albrighton hooks a ball to the stricken Jamie Vardy, who weaves inside a Norwich defender before dragging a shot wide.
Vardy showing the toughness of a rugby league player!
Norwich win a corner, their 13th of the match. Can they make it count?
Jamie Vardy limps back on. He's not going to chase too many more balls on this evidence.
Norwich substitute Diermerci Mbokani (right) has made more touches in the box than Cameron Jerome (left) since coming on, adding to the host's goal-threat.
Should he have started?
Leicester play on with 10 men for now...
It looks like Jamie Vardy twisted his knee while landing there. The Leicester fans looks concerned and so they should. It seems like a nasty one. He's playing with broken bones in his hand and now his leg needs taping up.
Leicester striker Jamie Vardy still working hard, but tumbles to the ground while chasing a long ball. He looks in big trouble. They have no subs left.
Last throw of the dice from Alex Neil.
On comes Northern Ireland international Kyle Lafferty, off goes Cameron Jerome who looks shattered. Face covered in sweat. Someone get him a towel.
That's Jeffrey Schlupp's last act of the match. He comes off and Andy King comes on.
Leonardo Ulloa and Jamie Vardy try to link up front, but can't quite get on the wavelength.
Jeffrey Schlupp drags a shot wide of goal.
All Norwich now, and even the home crowd have found their voices.
Graeme Le Saux
Former England defender on Final Score
"Ruddy was in no man's land when he came out to get the ball, I think Norwich are lucky that goal was disallowed and get the free-kick."
Leicester looked comfortable at 2-0 up, but are now on the ropes. Can Norwich capitalise and bag an equaliser?
Leonardo Ulloa heads in, but the goal is disallowed for his push on Cameron Jerome. Great decision from referee Mark Clattenburg.
This game has come alive.
Claudio Ranieri reponds by taking off striker Shinji Okazaki and bringing on Leonardo Ulloa.
The home side have been excellent since the second goal and get their reward.
Substitute Dieumerci Mbokani has been the difference and he is on hand at the back post to finish Jonny Howson's inswinging cross.
Nathan Redmond with some smart work to win the ball back before clipping a cross into the box towards Dieumerci Mbokani, whose powerful header comes back off the crossbar.
Another corner for Norwich, which is whipped in by Robbie Brady, but Danny Drinkwater heads away. Two Manchester United men combining for opposing sides.
Leicester defender Danny Simpson goes off, while Yohan Benalouane comes on.
Robert Huth goes in the book for bringing down a Norwich man.
Leicester have a lovely mix of players in their side. Hardworking up front, tough in central defence with speedy wingers.
They're on the back foot now, but Norwich are not clinical up top.
Dieumerci Mbokani is involved straight away, connecting with a corner and but his header hits Wes Morgan on the head.
Appeals for a penalty for handball, but it wasn't. Norwich fans begging for something to go in their favour.
Another Norwich change. Matt Jarvis goes off and towering striker Diermerci Mbokani comes on.
Can he make the difference?
Norwich have responded well to letting in the second goal, but can they get on the scoresheet?
Not yet, as the Leicester defence are working hard to repel the Norwich attack. Then they have Kasper Schmeichel to get past.
Let's have a quick look at that second goal.
It was a great break from Leicester. Jeffrey Schlupp adding the coolness at just the right time.
Leicester owner Vichai Raksriaksorn looks on sternly from the stands, but he'll be delighted inside. His side have started this season in super fashion and are currently holding a Champions League spot.
Norwich cranking it up now. Matt Jarvis's inswinging cross is towards striker Cameron Jerome, who looks like he is held down, but nothing given from ref Mark Clattenburg.
Alex Neil mixing it up now. Defensive-minded Graham Dorrans goes off, attacking Nathan Redmond comes on. Can he make the difference? He did against West Ham last week.
Clear difference in approach by the two teams in the first half if the average positions are anything to go by. Norwich preferring width (shown on left), Leicester opting to be compact and it seems to be working for them.
They thought were going to bag at one end, but end up conceding at the other.
Leicester win the ball back and break forward. N'Golo Kante feeds a nice throughball to Jeffrey Schlupp, who takes his time inside the area before drilling a low finish under John Ruddy.
Leicester in control.