"I'd Consider Selling Him In The Summer": Take A Look At What Fred Did To Gift Leicester Early Goal
By TheDailyScoop.com | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 683 views
Manchester United were facing off Leicester City at the King Power Stadium in the quarter finals of the FA Cup in a bid to proceed to the semi finals together with Manchester City, Southampton and Chelsea.
Manchester United were without Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandez was given a rest as he played from the bench paving way for Donny Van De Beek to get a rare start.
The game was even throughout the first half as both teams played as if they were afraid of each other with minimal chances being created by both sides.
However, Leicester City opened the scoring through a poor blunder from Fred Rodriguez and Harry Maguire. Maguire gave the ball to Fred rather than clear it up field which made Fred give a powerless back pass to Dean Henderson who did not make to get touch of.
Kelechi Iheanacho who was waiting in the United box pounced on to the ball and rounded through Dean Henderson and slotted the ball into the back of the net giving them an early lead.
This is not the first time Harry Maguire has let his team down by giving his teammates the ball when they are in bad positions and under pressure which have led to goals.
Watch the reaction from the Manchester United fans and the wild give away ball Fred played to earn Kelechi Iheanacho the opener;
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