Leicester City 2 Leeds United 2 (26 December, 2010)
Equalising with a 25-yard strike salvaged a 2-2 draw on Filbert Way.
Leicester City 2 Manchester City 2 (9 January, 2011)
Slotting home the equaliser from Paul Gallagher’s cross took this FA Cup Third Round tie to a replay.
Sheffield United 0 Leicester City 1 (1 February, 2011)
An early goal proved to be decisive against the Blades as he lifted the ball over the ‘keeper to earn a fourth win in five league games.
Leicester City 4 Barnsley 1 (5 February, 2011)
A delightful chip put City two ahead against the Yorkshire club.
Leicester City 4 Barnsley 1 (5 February, 2011)
King also scored the third goal of the night, surging forward before finding the net from the edge of the area.
Derby County 0 Leicester City 2 (12 February, 2011)
King sealed all three points with a neat finish from just inside the area after latching onto Paul Gallagher’s through ball in first-half stoppage time.
Reading 3 Leicester City 1 (16 April, 2011)
City’s top scorer rifled a 25-yard shot into the bottom corner after collecting Yakubu’s pass.
Leicester City 4 Ipswich Town 2 (7 May, 2011)
His last goal of the 2010/11 campaign came in a six-goal thriller on the final day of the season.
Barnsley 1 Leicester City 1 (10 September, 2011)
King came off the bench to level the scores at Oakwell, turning in Jermaine Beckford’s cross a minute into the second half.
West Ham United 3 Leicester City 2 (29 October, 2011)
The manager-less Foxes were two goals behind when King pulled one back via a header. His second of the game, fired into the top corner from 20 yards, proved to be a consolation strike at Upton Park.
Leicester City 2 Peterborough 0 (18 August, 2012)
Substitute King secured victory with a superb strike from the edge of the area.
Charlton Athletic 2 Leicester 1 (21 August, 2012)
Once again off the bench, the Welshman reduced the deficit at the Valley with a neat finish from David Nugent’s pass.
Leicester City 1 Brighton & Hove Albion 0 (23 October, 2012)
The match-winner came early on when King had space in the area and tucked home the rebound after his initial shot was blocked.
Leicester 1 Crystal Palace 2 (27 October, 2012)
King met Ben Marshall’s cross to head home in stoppage time, but it proved to be a consolation for Nigel Pearson’s side.
Leicester City 3 Blackburn Rovers 0 (26 February, 2013)
Arriving late in the box, King converted Martyn Waghorn’s corner late on to confirm victory for the Foxes.
Nottingham Forest 2 Leicester City 3 (4 May, 2013)
King's header put the Foxes 2-1 ahead as they crept into the Championship play-offs on the final day of the season.
Leicester City 3 Birmingham City 2 (24 August, 2013)
A clinical finish, assisted by David Nugent, edged Leicester ahead 10 minutes from time.
Blackpool 2 Leicester City 2 (21 September, 2013)
A stunning long-range strike nestled into the top corner put the Foxes 2-1 up.
Leicester City 2 Blackpool 0 (29 November, 2011)
King netted the opening goal from Lloyd Dyer’s through ball to move City into the Championship top six.
Brighton & Hove Albion 3 Leicester City 1 (7 December, 2013)
King rose highest at the far post to head in Anthony Knockaert’s free-kick and get Leicester back into the game.
Wigan Athletic 2 Leicester City 2 (1 April, 2014)
David Nugent found King in the box, who turned and calmly slotted the ball in via the post to level the scores and move the Foxes close to Premier League promotion.
Leicester City 2 West Ham United 1 (4 April, 2015)
King’s first top flight goal was a late winner against the Hammers to revive City’s survival hopes.
Leicester City 2 Swansea City 0 (18 April, 2015)
A crucial three points were wrapped up in the final minute of the game when King tapped home after Esteban Cambiasso’s free-kick was parried.
Leicester City 2 West Ham United 1 (22 September, 2015)
King struck deep into extra-time to win this third round League Cup tie.
Leicester City 2 West Bromwich Albion 2 (1 March, 2016)
He sharply finished off a neat move to put Leicester ahead, meeting Riyad Mahrez's back-heel following a cross from Marc Albrighton.
Leicester City 3 Everton 1 (7 May, 2016)
Fittingly, King scored on the day Leicester were handed the Premier League trophy at King Power Stadium, in what was his 334th career appearance. City’s longest serving player latched on to a loose ball and fired the Foxes into a two-goal lead.
Leicester City 4 Manchester City 2 (10 December, 2016)
King curled in City’s second as the champions swept Manchester City aside.
Leicester City 3 Derby County 1 (8 February, 2017)
The midfielder scored the opening goal of this FA Cup Fourth Round replay, as City went on to progress after extra-time.
Southampton 1 Leicester City 4 (13 December, 2017)
His final Premier League goal in a Leicester City shirt came at St. Mary’s Stadium, when Harry Maguire crossed for King to tap in at the back post on their way to a comfortable victory on the south coast.