The Nigerian worldwide found the rear of the net for the second sequential match to help the Foxes bedt Crystal Palace 3-0 at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.
Kelechi Iheanacho scored his fifth association objective of the period and Jamie Vardy got two others as Leicester City asserted their first win since the restart.
Comrade Wilfred Ndidi similarly worked superbly in midfield as the home side dealt with their first perfect sheet in quite a while.
Brendan Rodgers’ men had neglected to record a success in the past four games played after football came back from the coronavirus break, drawing against both Watford and Brighton before losing to Chelsea and Everton.
Iheanacho snatched the main objective in that 2-1 annihilation to the Toffees, with his chief compensating him with a beginning against the Eagles.
Notwithstanding, after a goalless opening half, Iheanacho made his essence felt toward the beginning of the second.
Four minutes after the break, Tielemans cleared a ball over the case which Iheanacho jumped on to tap home for the opener.
Jamie Vardy added two additional objectives to make it an agreeable evening for the hosts.
With the success, Leicester City stay situated in third spot on the Premier League table, three focuses above Manchester United who moved into fourth after an exciting 5-2 triumph over battling Bournemouth