The win ensured that Leicester will finish among the top four in the English Premier League and with it earned their first ever opportunity to play in Europe.
Following that win the Foxes moved to 72 points on the log and can still afford to drop points in their remaining matches but will remain in the top four.
And that is not all. Another piece of history also awaits the Foxes as they are tipped to win the Premier League for the first time in history. Another three wins and Leicester can be sure of being declared champions.
Goals by Jamie Vardy who scored his 20th and 21st league goals of the season enabled the Foxes to collect all three points away.
For Sunderland, the loss has left them in 18th place on the log just four points from safety and they will need to work hard to keep their place in top flight football next season.
West Ham VS Arsenal
On Saturday, Andy Carroll scored a hat-trick as West Ham and Arsenal drew 3-3 at Upton Park.
The result has greatly dented Arsenal’s title hopes as they remain 13 points behind leaders Leicester City with five matches to the end of the season.
As usual, the Gunners failed to rise to the occasion when needed and though they started well with Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez converting Alex Iwobi passes to put Arsenal 2-0 ahead, the match was turned on its head when Carroll netted twice to put the Hammers level by half time.
Caroll then scored another one in the second and it looked like the Hammers would keep all three points before Laurent Koscielny equalized.
It was a good result for the Hammers who extended their unbeaten home run to 14 games and remain in contention for a top four finish next season.
Spurs VS Man United
Tottenham shocked Manchester United 3-0 at home to maintain their surge for a Premier League title this season.
The match had ended 0-0 at the break and when it resumed, Spurs went all guns blazing to score three times in six minutes and with it stayed just seven points behind leaders Leicester.
Dele Alli, Toby Alderweireld and Erik Lamela scored a goal each to ensure Spurs won at home.