Manchester United have defeated Leicester City to grab their Premier League consecutive win after two opening losses, MySportDab reports.
The first half began with Manchester United taking absolute dominance of the game as they searched for an early goal.
Leicester equally pushed for goals and strongly competed for possession in the game with the backing of the home fans.
The Red Devils continued to push for a goal as they held sway over the match in the game’s early minutes.
There was a breakthrough in the 23rd minute. Jadon Sancho was on the scoresheet as he struck to give the Red Devils the lead.
Leicester City immediately attempted to come back into the game, mounting intense pressure on their visitors, all to no avail.
It was Manchester United still leading as they first drew to a close. The visitors went into the break with a narrow 1-0 lead over struggling West Ham.
The second half started in earnest with Leicester coming out full wine force to find an equalizer.
This made the Brendan Rodgers side to be vulnerable on the Man United counter when they were looking to double their lead.
The match continued with Leicester creating very few chances with no success on goals.
The game ended with Man United set to build on their previous two wins against Liverpool and Southampton.
Ronaldo off the bench in the 68th minute created a minimal impact, but thatch ended with Man United grabbing all three points against a struggling Leicester City.