MANCHESTER UNITED saw their unbeaten run of 29 away games brought to a shuddering end at Leicester.
It had all started so promisingly for the Red Devils on their return to action after the international break.
Youri Tielemans equalised for Leicester after Mason Greenwood’s opener[/caption]
Mason Greenwood let fly with a thunderbolt to give the visitors the lead midway through the first half.
But Leicester were not about to roll over as Youri Tielemans wrongfooted David De Gea to float in an equaliser at the King Power Stadium.
Caglar Soyuncu then gave the hosts the lead when he poked home before Marcus Rashford responded on his return from injury,
But United hopes were dashed when none other than Jamie Vardy lashed home to send the Foxes in front.
And Patson Daka ensured it would be an emphatic win with the hosts when he notched a fourth in injury time.
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