Jamie Vardy and James Maddison scored for Leicester to condemn bottom side Watford 2-0 at King Power Stadium on Wednesday.
Vardy fired a penalty shot to put the hosts ahead after Adam Masina had fouled Jonny Evans in the second half.
Then Maddison sealed the win with a stoppage time goal.
This is Leicester’s seventh consecutive win which equals a club record that was set in March 1963 and also surpassing any run they had when they won the Premier League in 2015.
Meanwhile, Jamie Vardy is closing in to break record as he has now scored 50 goals in a home match, which is 30 more than any other player since Muzzy Izzet who scored 20 goals.
Vardy has also scored 23 goals in 25 games under Brendan Rodgers in the Premier League, same tally he scored under the management of Claude Puel in 51 Premier League games.
The Foxes have now overtaken Manchester City in the second position in the Premier League while Watford remain bottom of the league having failed to score in eight of their 15 league games this season.