Manchester United continued their unbeaten run under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at the King Power Stadium, as the visitors earned a hard-fought 1-0 win to seal all three points.
Here’s how the Red Devils fared in the Premier League clash:
DAVID DE GEA: 8
Made two crucial saves in the second half, with the one against Rachid Ghezzal’s free-kick particularly impressive. A stable custodian throughout.
ASHLEY YOUNG: 5
Frustrating. Lost possession several times in the final third.
ERIC BAILLY: 7
Endured a few nervy moments. Put his body on the line numerous times to help maintain the clean sheet.
VICTOR LINDELOF: 7
Smart whilst in possession. Successfully dealt with the Jamie Vardy threat.
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LUKE SHAW: 6.5
Almost earned an early assist, only for his sublime cross to be headed over the crossbar by Marcus Rashford. A decent performance, which involved a crucial block on James Maddison.
NEMANJA MATIC: 6
Positioned himself well to break up Leicester’s play. Booked for a tactical foul.
ANDER HERRERA: 6.5
Proved his importance through his display against the Foxes. Connected defence to attack well.
PAUL POGBA: 7
Produced an assist similar to the one he bagged against Spurs – a deliciously perfect over-the-top pass to Rashford. Made a marauding run late in the game, but other than that, was restrained by the opponents.
JESSE LINGARD: 5
The Englishman’s overall shift looked extremely lethargic. A surprising decision by Solskjaer to not sub him off much earlier in the second half.
ALEXIS SANCHEZ: 3
Barely a threat, and barely a realistic competition for Anthony Martial for the starting spot.
MARCUS RASHFORD: 7
Missed an easy headed chance early in the game, but made up for it with a clinical finish.
ANTHONY MARTIAL: 6.5
Tested the home side’s defence.
ROMELU LUKAKU: 5.5
Forced a save from Schmeichel with a decent shot.
PHIL JONES: 6
Brought on to shore up things. Blocked a cross.