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Another defeat for Manchester United

Manchester United got back from the international break with a bad feeling. With one point from two home games against Aston Villa and Everton, the Mancunians aren’t in the best form. The same was for Leicester, who were on 8 points after their first 7 games. This shows the importance of this match. If Man United wants to challenge for the title, a win is needed. The Foxes needed a result to get back on track.

Beautiful goals in first half

The first half was a very entertaining one. It was Mason Greenwood who opened the score with a beautiful goal. A lead that Man United was desperate for. Unfortunately for them, the lead wasn’t on the scoreboard for long. A bit longer then 10 minutes after the 0-1, it was Youri Tielemans who also scored a beautiful go to draw things level. At half-time the 1-1 score was still on the scoreboard.

Leaving it late

For a long time, it looked like the second half was going to be much less entertaining then the first one. But it was Turkish defender Caglar Soyoncu who scored the 2-1 for Leicester in the 78th minute. It all kicked of from that moment on. Within 4 mintues after the 2-1, Man United drew level again. Marcus Rashford, who finally got back from an injury, received a perfect ball from Lindelof and netted it ice cold. While Man United fans were celebrating the equaliser, Jamie Vardy scored the 3-2 within a minute after Rashford’s goal. With ten minutes to go, Manchester United needed to go all-out attack to get another equaliser, but it was Patson Daka who scored the last goal of the match. The Zambian striker, was one of the big transfers for Leicester City this summer and now scored the 4-2 for

his team.