Leicester came from behind to win and end Man United unbeaten run

Leicester City came from behind to win

Leicester City came from behind to win 4-2 against Manchester and end their opponents’ 29-game unbeaten run away from home. Manchester United started the game very well creating good chances at the early stages of the game. Greenwood broke the deadlock in the first half with a great goal before Tielemans equalised with a chip over De Gea.

Leicester City went to the break feeling they deserved a lead as they created the better chances in the first half. They have looked dangerous going forward and looked like they would have more goals in them. As for United, they have had a couple of good chances, but have looked shaky at the back, which is something Solskjaer will want to see them improve in the next fixtures.

Leicester enjoyed a good spell of possession and United were dropping very deep to close down the space, however, the hosts were patiently knocking it around though, and they were not in any hurry to push in the box. Soyuncu scored Leicester’s second goal of the game before Marcus Rashford scored the equaliser.

Just a minute after that, Vardy volleyed Leicester back into the lead and Daka rounded it off in stoppage time with a close-range tap-in. Therefore, Leicester ended United’s record 29-match unbeaten away run in the Premier League with a 4-2 win. Leicester got their first win in the league since the end of August and it lifts them up to 11th in the table.