Leicester City secured their first win of the season when they beat Swansea 2-1 at the King Power stadium courtesy goals from Jamie Vardy and Wes Morgan.
Claudio Ranieri stuck with Okazaki, Jamie Vardy partnership meaning record signing Ahmed Musa could only find a place on the bench while Swansea manager Francesco Guidolin selected the same line-up that lost at home to Hull City last week.
The Foxes started on the front foot as they chased their first win of the season.
Drinkwater had the first sniff of goal but flashes his effort wide and at the other end Sigurdsson tried to swerve the ball past Schmeichel from the edge of the box but the Leicester keeper made a good save.
However, the current premier league Champions took the lead as Jamie Vardy raced under a Drinkwater pass and finish past Fabianski to give his side a first half lead.
The second half got even better as Captain Wes Morgan powered in a second goal. The defender volleyed in a loose ball after Swansea failed to clear a corner kick on a day he played his 200th game.
Minutes late Riyad Mahrez missed a penalty in what could have given the Foxes a 3-0.
Musa came on for the premier league Champions as they looked to finish off their opponents but it was Swansea that got a goal when Leroy Fer headed past Fabianski to ensure for a nervy end to the game.