Leicester City came from behind to end Manchester United’s English league-record 29-game unbeaten run away from home with a deserving 4-2 victory in the exhilarating encounter at the King Power Stadium.
Ole Gunnar’s were off to a bright start when Mason Greenwood’s put them ahead 18 minutes into the game with a sublime brilliant long-range strike, but Leicester things up before halftime, through Youri Tielemans.
After the break, Caglar Soyuncu gave the foxes the advantage with 12 minutes to go, and with that game, a rush of late goals as Marcus Rashford,.back from injury, brought United back on leveled terms four minutes later.
But whatever hope United had to run off with a point got dashed when Jamie Vardy put the host back in front on the heels of Rashford’s goal.
There was to be no room for a comeback this time and to make that definite, Patson Daka grabbed the fourth goal just at the nick of stoppage time.