On a day where West Bromwich Albion honoured former striker Jeff Astle, and wore retro kits as a mark of respect, away side Leicester City snatched victory in the final minute to throw the relegation battle wide open.
Tony Pulis' side raced out of the blocks and were ahead after just 7 minutes when captain Darren Fletcher scored his first goal for the club. The Scottish international headed home a Chris Brunt corner, which was awarded thanks to goal line technology after Esteban Cambiasso had cleared.
Leicester responded well and were on level terms on 20 minutes when David Nugent controlled Leandro Ulloa's headed pass to find the net.
Yet, it was the home side who went into the half time break in front as Craig Gardener acrobatically saw his shot squirm pass Kasper Schmeichel in the Foxes' goal.
In the second half, it looked as though the Baggies were comfortably seeing the game out, but the party celebrations were cancelled ten minutes from time as Robert Huth scored for Nigel Pearson's team, finding the net with his head.
As West Brom searched for a late winner, the Foxes then stole all three points thanks to a dramatic winner from Jamie Vardy as he finished a fine counter attack.