Leicester City met Manchester United in another game of the English Premier League. The two Managers named very strong squads and it was obvious that they all needed a win in that game. Harry Maguire was brought back in the defence after recovering from the injury that he got. He was partnered with Victor Lindelof.
The first half started on a very high note and Mason Greenwood opened the score line for the Red Devils. He was given the assist by Bruno Fernandes. Leicester City equalized the goal through Youri Tielemans. He was given the assist by Kelechi Iheanacho. The first half ended 1-1.
The second half also resumed on a very high note and Leicester City added the second goal. Ayoze Perez gave Caglar Soyuncu another pass that led to the goal. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made some changes and he introduced Marcus Rashford in place of Jadon Sancho. He got the second goal for the Red Devils after getting a pass from Victor Lindelof.
Brendan Rodgers also removed James Maddison and replaced him with Ayoze Perez. He also substituted Kelechi Iheanacho and replaced him with Patson Daka. Ayoze Perez gave Jamie Vardy another pass that led to the third goal. Patson Daka also scored the fourth goal. The game ended 4-2 in favor of Leicester City.
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