Former Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks who was sold in the summer to Leicester City came up with a stoppage time winner to help his side win against West Brom.
Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall scored to give Leicester the lead but Josh Maja netted his first goal for West Brom shortly after to draw level.
And while Albion were pushing for a late winner, it was Leicester who capitalised on the counter attack to grab the winning goal in the 94th minute. Dewsbury-Hall turned provider as he rolled the ball across the box for the former Spurs midfielder to tap in.
Watch the match winning goal below:
ABSOLUTE SCENES!! HARRY WINKS WITH A STOPPAGE TIME GOAL 🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/v6WzzDjMUK
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Harry Winks came through from the Tottenham academy into the first team and made 203 appearances for them over the span of 6 years.
But he decided to move on from Spurs and jumped at the chance of joining Leicester where he would play regularly and become the centre-stage for the team rather than a supporting player for Tottenham.
He had spent the last year on loan at Italian side Sampdoria where he was one of their best players. And he has had a decent start to his Leicester career as well helping them to terrific start to the campaign as they sit on top of the table.