Leicester City staged an amazing comeback late on in the game coming from behind to beat Liverpool in the second half to secure all three points after another Alisson blunder.
Liverpool were on course to ensuring they remained in the top four after Mohamed Salah put them in front in 67 minutes following a brilliant piece of skill from Roberto Firmino.
Leicester, who were not at their best for most part of the game, came alive in the last seven minutes of play to sink the Reds.
Brendan Rodgers’ men saw a 78th minute penalty appeal ruled out by the video assistant referee before James Madison’s free kick found the back of the net to level things up for Leicester.
The Foxes’ second goal came three minutes later when Liverpool keeper, Allison clashed into the debutant Ozan Kabak while trying to clear a long ball from Youri Tieleman.
The error left Vardy all by himself to run with the ball into an open net.
Wilfred Ndidi played Harvey Barnes through with a sumptuous pass to score the third goal of the game for Leicester and in the process compounding the woes of Liverpool, whose strength has been decimated by injury to some key players. .
This embarrassing defeat means the Premier League champions now find their top four hope in jeopardy. This is the third consecutive defeat for liverpool already this season
The Reds could find themselves as low as 6th position if West Ham United and Chelsea win there upcoming fixtures.