Leicester City end Man United's 29-game unbeaten away run 

Leicester City end Man United's 29-game unbeaten away run 

Manchester United's 29-game unbeaten away run came to an end on Saturday following a 4-2 loss to Leicester City. 

Leicester City dominated the game early in the opening minutes but failed to break United's defence. And out of nowhere, the Red Devils took the lead. Greenwood took a ball from Fernandes out on the right, cut inside, and unleashed an absolute stunner that swerved and crashed in off the inside of the goal frame. 

In the 31st minute, Leicester drew level and it was another stunner. Maguire was at fault, he was robbed of possession by Iheanacho who played in Tielemans and he clipped a dreamy effort into the far top corner. 

Substitute Daka forced De Gea to make a fine save but from the corner, Leicester took the lead. De Gea made another stop amind the scramble from Daka but Soyuncu - who's played onside by Maguire - could bundle in. 

Marcus Rashford, who had just come from injury scored on his return to bring United level. 

However, Leicester restored their lead immediately through Vardy. Right from kick-off, a long pinged-out left eventually finds Perez, who dribbled into the box and made a backpass for Vardy to finish. 

Daka got his name on the scoresheet. There was no red shirt to get a clearing header and there was no red shirt on the back post and Daka's gamble pays off. 

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