Leicester City put their Premier League struggles to one side as they booked their place in the knockout stages of the Champions League with a 2-1 win over Club Brugge.
A fourth victory in five outings in the tournament, coupled with Porto's 0-0 draw away in Copenhagen, means the English champions will go through to the last 16 as Group G winners.
Shinji Okazaki fired the home team in front after just five minutes at the King Power Stadium - and they doubled their advantage before the break from the penalty spot.
Riyad Mahrez continued his fine European form with a fourth goal of the campaign, although Claudio Ranieri's side were made to work right through to the final whistle after Jose Izquierdo halved the deficit in the 52nd minute.
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