Arsenal's Champions League hopes suffered a serious blow after the 10-man Gunners went down to a disastrous 3-0 defeat at Leicester.
Unai Emery's side slipped to a third straight loss and missed the chance to climb back into the English Premier League's top four.
Jamie Vardy continued his hot streak against the Gunners with his late brace making it eight goals in his last nine games against them.
Youri Tielemans opened the scoring after Ainsley Maitland-Niles' first-half dismissal.
Arsenal, who remain fifth, were second best all afternoon and needed Bernd Leno to keep the score down with fine saves from Vardy and Ricardo Pereira.
Victory also allowed Brendan Rodgers revenge over Unai Emery after Emery's Paris St Germain beat Rodgers' Celtic 7-1 and 5-0 in the Champions League last season.
Impressive Leicester climbed to eighth, three points behind Wolves in seventh which may still give them a route to Europe.
Australian Associated Press