Manchester United played against Liecester city in the premier league. They however lost the game by two goals to one. Leicester scored their first goal in the 10th minute of the game, before Mason Greenwood equalised for Manchester United. The first half ended in a draw, but unfortunately Manchester United conceded another goal in the second half.
Manchester United didn't start their first team players like Rashford, Bruno Fernandes, Lindelof and so on. Eric Bailey and Alex Tuanzebe were the centre back defenders that were used. During the game, a wristwatch was spotted on the wrist of Alex Tuanzebe. A closer look at the wristwatch shows that it is a smart wristwatch, which is used to monitor his body. A smart wristwatch is used to monitor somebody's blood pressure, number of steps, and so on.
Manchester United's loss to Leicester has automatically made Manchester city the champion of England. They are however still second on the table, and will probably finish the season in that position.
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