Manchester United travelled to King Power Stadium on Thursday night to take on struggling Leicester City in a closely contested Premier league clash. Manchester United Boss Erik Ten Hag named unchanged starting XI line up with Sancho, Elanga and Rashford leading the attack for the Red Devils while Varane, Martinez, Dalot & Malacia manned the defence. Man United dominated ball possession and counter attacks in the first half hence found the breakthrough in the 25th minute through Jadon Sancho who was assisted by Marcus Rashford to gift the Red Devils a 1-0 lead at halftime.
Manchester United fans were impressed by Erik Ten Hag technical & tactical changes he has imposed on the players as they played confidently against the Foxes. Man United fans were also impressed by Jadon Sancho who has scored more goals than Messi this season (2 goals in 3 games) at halftime. Man United fans insisted that Sancho is better than Messi and he should start regularly this season as he could be their top scorer this season.
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