Manchester United recently lost their Premier League match against Leicester City with a 4 - 2 scoreline. After Leicester City defeated Manchester United, some stats were recorded, check them out below.
1. Jamie Vardy has now scored 15 career goals against the two Manchester clubs (Manchester United and Manchester City). He has now scored 6 against Manchester United while scoring 9 goals against Manchester City.
2. Leicester City have recorded back-to-back Premier League wins over Manchester United for the first time in their history:. They had previously defeated Manchester United by a scoreline of 2 - 1. After today's 4 - 2 win over Manchester United, Leicester City have broken Manchester United's 29 game unbeaten away record. That particular record took a long time to break.
3. Patson Daka is the first Zambian player in the competition's history to score a Premier League goal. He was one of the Leicester City players that scored against Manchester United in their 4 - 2 win.
Manchester United really needs to improve in their remaining English Premier League games if they want to have any hopes of winning a trophy this season.
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