Not like that no. As a defenders you back off on occasions if you know for sure there are runners on either side but after a certain point you must engage the man on the ball. Look how far off he is from Tielemans when he takes the shot. He's got his angles horribly wrong, basically exposing the...
He didn't but Leno isn't exactly the biggest frame out there. It just struck me how far off he was for that Benfica goal. A bigger keeper wouldn't have stopped it either but could've gotten a bit closer to it. Anyway I just feel some teams might try to test him out more.
After having conceded from two direct freekicks this season, for some reason I felt like Leicester were trying to test Leno with their pops from distance. Might be something to look out for in future.
EDIT: Sorry 1 direct freekick. Moutinho's goal though from distance, was from open play
4 of those wins have come against Newcastle, Brighton, West Brom, Southampton. Leeds are so hit and miss you'd back yourself against them any time. Only the Chelsea and today's game I'd consider as good improvements.
Once again we should stop comparing ourselves with other teams like City. Leicester are better away from home, at home they've lost 6 times now, including against Fulham, Leeds. And that win happened at the start of the season when City hadn't warmed up yet.