The game finished 2-2, with referee John Moss unfortunately taking most of the attention after the game.
He made several controversial decisions in what was a tight affair at the King Power Stadium.
He sent of Jamie Vardy and gave Leicester and West Ham controversial penalties – including one in the last minute for Leonardo Ulloa to salvage Leicester a point.
It came after Vardy had given Leicester the lead and goals from Andy Carroll and Aaron Cresswell took West Ham into the lead.
Cresswell’s goal was an absolute stunner. He smashed home a half-volley after Danny Simpson failed to adequately clear Michail Antonio’s cross and it certainly had one West Ham player impressed.
Sub goalkeeper Darren Randolph sent out this tweet after the game:
He was not the only West Ham player tweeting after the fixture, with both Pedro Obiang and Antonio clearly disappointed not to have picked up all three points in a tough fixture against the Premier League leaders:
We were very close to surprise the leader!! Great performance!! Keep working! ⚒ pic.twitter.com/i8aND6IhE7— Pedro Mba Obiang (@Obiang14) April 17, 2016
Leicester are now eight points clear of Tottenham, who have a game in hand in the Premier League title race.
West Ham meanwhile remain in the hunt for the top four after Arsenal dropped points this weekend.