Leicester City stuns Manchester United as they scored two late goals to win an enthralling Premier League encounter against Manchester United at King Power Stadium. United opened the scoring in the first 19 minutes of the game through Mason Greenwood’s powerful strike.
Leicester City Beat United to End their Away Record
The home side responded in the 31st minute of the game through Youri Tielemans who capitalize on a defensive error from the captain Harry Maguire. Leicester City soon doubled the lead in the second half of the game, Soyoncu tapped the ball after United failed to clear the ball properly when De Gea blocked a shot from Daka.
Substitute Marcus Rashford looked to have extended the visitors’ unbeaten away record to 30 top-flight games with an emphatic equaliser on his return from injury. But Vardy scored 54 seconds later from Ayoze Perez’s cross and Patson Daka added a fourth with a header in stoppage time.
Manchester United have now lost two games in the English Premier League this season. Cristiano Ronaldo was not able to register his name in the score sheet this week the question now people are asking is if the Portuguese made a mistake returning to Manchester United.