Guardiola’s side grabbed where they cleared out off before the universal break as they recorded a sixteenth back to back win in all rivalries, set on their way by Gabriel Jesus’ tap-in.
His opener originated from David Silva’s go, after the Spaniard was sent through by Raheem Sterling’s hidden through ball just before the finish of an inefficient first half.
After the break, Harry Maguire struck the post for Leicester by means of Fabian Delph’s avoidance yet Kevin de Bruyne’s pounding complete from Leroy Sane’s reduced 22 seconds after the fact put City solidly in charge.
Their lead at the highest point of the table is presently nine focuses – despite the fact that Manchester United can limit it to eight with triumph at home to Newcastle in Saturday’s 17:30 GMT commence.
City will, in any case, be worried by evident hamstring damage endured by safeguard John Stones in the main half, with Guardiola saying he would be out for “possibly a month and a half”.