Manchester United secured their third successive Premier League victory on Thursday, with Jadon Sancho's strike enough to down Leicester City.
Like their victory over Southampton, Erik ten Hag's side were anything but spectacular. Nevertheless, the efficient performance helped move them up to fifth in the table, while also giving them three straight wins in the competition for the first time since April 2021 - coinciding with the arrival of Casemiro at the club, even if he is yet to start.
Sancho's strike came after he took March Rashford's pass in stride, before rounding Leicester goalkeeper Danny Ward and firing home in the first half.
From there, United were able to play on the counter, as Brendan Rogers' side put in another toothless performance. In fact, boos rained down at the King Power Stadium as fans of the Foxes made their discontent vocal.
The result leaves Leicester bottom of the table, with just one point from their opening five matches. Unfortunately for them, it doesn't get any easier this weekend when they travel to take on fourth-placed Brighton.
As for United, they'll try to add to their recent upturn in form when they welcome league leaders Arsenal to Old Trafford on Sunday.
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