Leicester beat Sheffield United to claim three points as they move three points clear at improving their position on the league table.
Leicester City made an impressive start in the opening minutes of the first half as Jamie Vardy came close to getting the opener in the 12th minute as his shot was blocked by the foot of Henderson to avert the danger.
Ayoze Perez broke the deadlock in the 29th minute as he made use of a nice pass from Luke Thomas to put the foxes 1-0 up.
Leicester City were the better side in the first half as they kept the pressure on Sheffield United, with the foxes taking the first half lead at 1-0 at the King Power Stadium.
Couple of chances were wasted by Harvey Barnes as he failed to convert a goal from three goal scoring opportunities in the second half.
Jamie Vardy also had an opportunity to score in the second half but his shot was seen of the post.
Gray who replaced Barnes in the 73rd minute came on to double the foxes with Vardy providing the assist to the closing goal.
The foxes win gives them three points as they now have the edge over Manchester United at the fifth spot on the league table.
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