Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Manchester United 4-2 lose at Leicester, longest unbeaten away record longer

LEESTER, England (AP) – Leicester turned Manchester United on their first away defeat in an English Premier League in nearly two years thanks to late goals from Jamie Vardy and Patson Duck in a wild 4-2 win on Saturday.

United just scored 2-2 in the 82nd minute thanks to the recovered Marcus Rashford, who came on as a substitute in his first appearance of the season when Vardy scored seconds after restarting with a powerful kick to the top corner.

Dhaka scored home his first Premier League goal in stoppage time to cement United’s first defeat in 30 top flight away games, a record streak since January 2020. It was United’s third defeat in all of United’s last five games in all competitions under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. , whose team has defended at times haphazardly, despite the fact that captain Harry Maguire – a former Leicester player – unexpectedly returned from injury.

United took the lead in 19th with a long-range shot by Mason Greenwood that flew past the post, but Uri Thielemans tied the fine chip in the far top corner after Maguire was dispossessed.

Chaglar Söyuncu put Leicester ahead at close range for the first time, leading to an insane final in which four goals were scored in 13 minutes.

United, for whom Cristiano Ronaldo played the entire game, have scored just one point in their last three league games, following a 1-0 defeat to Aston Villa and a 1-1 draw at Everton, both at home.


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