- Leicester City vs Man United ended in a 2-2 draw after the entire 90 minutes of the game
- Both sides scored a goal apiece in each half of the game played at the King Power Stadium
- The Foxes and the Red Devils are unmoved in second and third place respectively on the log
Leicester City vs Man United Premier League played at the King Power Stadium ended in a classic draw 2-2.
Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes scored for United while Harvey Barnes and an own goal from Axel Tuanzebe saw the Foxes come back twice in the game.
The contest between the second and third positions produced lots of chances but it was United who had the first clear chance through Rashford who had a glorious opportunity to head home, failed to hit the target.
But the Red Devils got on the scoresheet in the 23rd minute after Fernandes sleeked a through ball into the path of Rashford to complete the finish and make it 1-0.
Barnes also made up for his earlier miss as he picked up the ball in front of United's 18-yard area and unleashed a shot that beat David de Gea to make it 1-1 in the 31st minute.
With ten minutes left to play Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men got back in front with a well-worked team goal as Fernandes got the final pass from Edison Cavani and put the ball past Kasper Schmeichel to make it 2-1.
Leicester had the last shout in the game as Axel Tuanzebe was forced to an own goal by Vardy in the 85th minute to make it 2-2.
And that was how it ended as the Foxes and the Red Devils temporarily maintain second and third spot respectively.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Bruno Fernandes has stated he wants to score more goals, create assists than playing more games for Man United by the end of the season.
The Portuguese midfielder has started off the new campaign on a remarkable note scoring nine goals and provided five assists in 13 Premier League games for the Red devils.
However, the former Sporting Lisbon star claims he wants to improve his game and win more trophies than the games he plays for United.
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