James Maddison and Youri Tielemans struck as Leicester City secured a fifth straight win at Newcastle United, triumphing 2-1 and moving one point behind the Premier League leaders.
Jamie Vardy had a first-half goal ruled out for offside and volleyed wide from a narrow angle soon after the break, before setting up the 55th-minute opener.
Receiving the ball on the left side of the box on the counter-attack, Vardy teed up Maddison, who powered a rising drive past goalkeeper Karl Darlow.
Leicester doubled their lead in the 72nd minute as Marc Albrighton pulled the ball back to Tielemans, who whipped a first-time finish inside the right post.
Newcastle substitute Andy Carroll gave Newcastle some hope, volleying in to score his first goal since returning to the Magpies in August 2019, but the hosts were unable to equalise.
Leicester equalled a club record by winning five successive away Premier League matches against a single opponent and climb to third on 32 points, one behind Liverpool and Manchester United.
Newcastle drop to 15th on 19 points.
Newcastle: 12 Jan v Sheff Utd (A)
Leicester: 16 Jan v Southampton (H)
Referee: Robert Jones. Assistants: Mark Scholes, Derek Eaton. Fourth official: Martin Atkinson. VAR: Lee Mason. Assistant VAR: Adrian Holmes.