Marcus Rashford pounces early as Manchester United edge past Leicester

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The Ole Gunnar Solskjær bandwagon rolls on. For the first time since the days when Sir Alex Ferguson was in charge – back in the 2012-13 season – Manchester United have racked up five successive away victories. The latest came courtesy of another goal from Marcus Rashford, who looks like a player reborn under Solskjær and marked his 100th Premier League appearance in style.

In truth, it was a long way from being a vintage United performance and Leicester, who have beaten Chelsea and Manchester City and drawn with Liverpool in the past six weeks, had enough chances to salvage something from the game. A couple of those opportunities fell to Jamie Vardy, Harry Maguire screwed a shot wide in the closing stages and David de Gea produced a wonderful save to keep out Rachid Ghezzal’s free-kick.

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Written by Stuart James at the King Power Stadium
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