Foxes take points from Cumbrians

League One leaders Leicester City came from behind to beat lowly Carlisle 2-1 in a fascinating encounter at Brunton Park on Saturday.

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Danny Graham drilled Carlisle into the lead in the 27th minute after latching onto Paul Thirlwell's pass and cracking home from inside the area.

In-form striker Matty Fryatt almost levelled moments later but his strike from 20 yards came back off Krul's upright.

Michael Bridges and Graham Kavanagh were both denied by Leicester goalkeeper David Martin and the visitors took full advantage when Andy King notched his fifth league goal of the season on the hour mark with a 25-yarder.

Leicester took the lead nine minutes later when Bruno Berner smashed home his first for the club from 12 yards.

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