Man United yesterday played against Leicester City at the King Power stadium where their 29 run of away games without a loss was ended by Brendan Rodgers men. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer were outplayed and outclassed by inform Leicester who were solid in ball retention and their pass accuracy was excellent.
Mason opened the scoring in the first after firing a thunderbolt far into the top corner from the right flank. Bruno Fernandes was once again the provider of the assist after beautiful one-two play with right back Aaron Wan Bissaka.
The courageous youngster forward was not pleased with his teammates performance after they lost 4-2 to Leicester. Goals from Tielemanns, Vardy, Soyuncu and Daka were good enough to sink underfire United. He singled out individuals who were not up to their standards in that particular match.
In a post match interview with BT Sport, Mason Greenwood blasts teammate Ronaldo for lacking a shot on target and making them lose vs Leicester. Mason reported, "Ronaldo wasn't trying today against Leicester, He is a liability to us. But yeah I will get abuse from his fan-base on social media."
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