Leicester City 1 vs 1 Man United: 4 IMPORTANT Things We MUST Learn From Draw

BASTIAN A LEADER AND A FIGHTER

 The German is gradually finding his feet in the Premier League, twice in the space of one week; the midfield maestro has rescued valuable points for United, against Watford at Vicarage Road and against Leicester at King Power stadium. After being heavily criticised by United legend; Paul Scholes.

The 31 years old has turned back the clock to the days where he used to be a box to box midfield, scoring vital goals for Club and country.

UNITED’S SOLID DEFENCE BRIDGED FOR THE SECOND CONSECUTIVE LEAGUE GAME

Manchester United went over 600 minutes without conceding a goal till Watford’s Deeney converted a penalty to end the consecutive run of clean sheets by the Red Devils, but now the team conceded again against Leicester City; is it the end of the solid defence that has kept United’s chase for the title alive?

JAMIE IS THE NEW RECORD HOLDER FOR CONSECUTIVE GOALS SCORED

Jamie Vardy shattered Ruud Van Nistelroy’s record of scoring in 10 consecutive matches by going one match better after opening the score line against ironically the team Nistelroy held the record for. Vardy has now scored in 11 consecutive games for Leicester City.

ROONEY NEEDS A TIME OUT

Wayne Rooney needs to take some time off football to freshen up his mind; the skipper didn’t muster a shot at goal for 65 minutes; a vacation for 2 weeks would help clear his mental blockage and do a world of good to his confidence that is currently down.

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