Manchester United continued in their poor performance after they crumbled to a 4:2 devastating defeat at the King Power Stadium. Leicester City dominated the game in the second half of the game as their victory was well deserved.
Manchester United started nicely in today's match as Mason Greenwood scored for Man United in the first 19th minute of the match which was canceled by Leicester's Tielemans in the 37th minutes. A dramatic second-half display by Brendan Rodgers' Leicester City sealed the victory for them.
The most eye-catching moment of the match was in the 78th minute of the match when Leicester City scored their second goal. The referee, Craig Pawson made a controversial decision by not awarding an offside for Manchester United as Leicester player, Caglar Soyuncu was clearly in an offside position.
A VAR review could have overturned the goal decision awarded by the referer but it seems the VAR wasn't interested in reviewing it. Manchester United has suffered a lot of controversial decisions this season and this has affected their performance in the EPL.
Despite Leicester City won the match, I think that Manchester United was unfavoured in the match. What is your own opinion on this article? Use the comment section to share your thoughts.
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