After suffering a huge loss at the weekend, is Leicester's dream streak over? A strong Arsenal side thrashed the Foxes 5-2 at the King Power Stadium on saturday, leaving boss Claudio Ranieri with some serious thinking.
Leicester City have taken the Premier League by surprise this season, after consecutive wins against the top clubs across the top flight. A major contribution to their early success has been the goal scoring exploits of duo Jamie Vardy and Riyard Mahrez.
The Foxes have beaten West Ham twice this season, who have also made some excellent changes over the summer and an impressive start to the league campaign. Not to mention a cup win against the League One shakers at Bury late last month - who too are in good form - remaining unbeaten away from home since January.
However, comisserations for Leicester after a home defeat against Arsenal at the weekend. It was set to be City's toughest game to date and as so happened, it lived up to its expectations.
The game appeared to be an excellent start from the Leicester side, with a superb solo goal by Vardy within the first 13 minutes. However, Walcott soon stepped in 5 minutes later with an equaliser. After a goal from Sanchez and a hat trick from Chile, the game seemed to look all over for the boys. Even despite Vardy's second strike in the last minute, the unbeatables had been beaten.
Its hard to say what Raneiri needs to change about the team, in order to get their winning streak back on track. The team would possibly need to tighten up their defence, as keeping clean sheets has been proven hard for the Premier league side.
The question that remains is - is the dream over? As the Foxes prepare to take on Premier League new-boys Norwich, the fans are set to see a test of whether Leicester City can continue playing at the same calibre in which they have started the season.