Leicester boss Nigel Pearson was delighted with his side's first away win of the season - but confessed that fortune may have played a part in the 2-1 win at Middlesborough.
Boro boss Tony Mowbray felt Jamie Vardy's equaliser should have been ruled out for offside and claimed there was no foul in the lead-up to Lloyd Dyer's 89th minute winner.
"Yes, I think maybe we got lucky today," said Pearson.
"But given the way things have gone against us so far this season maybe we deserved to get a bit of a lucky break.
"Tony (Mowbray) has pointed out that he thought the first one was offside and maybe he has a case and for the second one, yes, maybe there was some question marks over the free-kick.
"But as I say, we have deserved to get the rub of the green, and to be fair, we did create a lot of chances. We did help make our own luck."