It was a shocking defeat to the Red Devils as Leicester City ran riot at King Power Stadium.

Leicester City increased the pressure on Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as they ran out fully deserved winners in a thriller at King Power Stadium.

Manchester United at one stage threatened to steal a point from a dreadful performance but the Foxes fought back to secure their best win from a very poor start to the season.

The defeat means Manchester United’s English league record of 29-game unbeaten run away from home has ended.

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It all started so well for the Red Devils when Mason Greenwood’s brilliant long-range strike put them in front after 18 minutes but Leicester were level before half-time when the returning Harry Maguire, who had a nightmare afternoon, was robbed by Kelechi Iheanacho to set up Youri Tielemans for a thunderous finish.

Today was the first time that Bruno Fernandes has ever lost a Premier League game away from home.

United’s unbeaten run since January 2020 ends at 29 games. 👏

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Leicester City were totally superior after the break and went ahead when Caglar Soyuncu sparked a flurry of late goals when he pounced in a goalmouth scramble with 12 minutes to go.

Marcus Rashford, back from a surgery, came on as a substitute after three months out following shoulder surgery, looked to have got United out of the hole when he ran on to Victor Lindelof’s long ball and finished it off four minutes later.

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It was a sign of just how bad Manchester United were that they were behind again straight from the restart when Ayoze Perez pulled the ball back for Jamie Vardy to flash a finish high past David de Gea.

There was to be no comeback this time as Patson Daka bundled in at the far post for the fourth in stoppage time.

It will be an evening to forget from the Red Devils.

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