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‘Embarrassing’ Leicester collapse against Manchester United

Leicester City 0:3 Manchester United

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Three goals in eight minutes, either side of the break, were enough to see City buried by United at the KPS on Sunday evening…

Claudio Ranieri made two changes to his side, with Musa and Okazaki in for Gray and Albrighton, and City got off to a decent start.
City probed United’s defence with free-kicks and corners, but United had the first shot on target when Rojo curled an effort straight at Schmeichel.
Vardy then sent Musa into the area, but Bailly produced a fine tackle to deny him a shot on goal.
At the other end Mkhitaryan teed up Rashford, but the youngster fired a hurried over from a good position.
Mata was very lucky not to see red for a two footed and late challenge that sent Vardy spinning through the air on 28 minutes, and United had gradually taken control of the game.
In the 35th minute an Ibrahimovic turn set up Pogba, who fed Rashford in the area. Schmeichel got down smartly to his low shot and turned round the foot of the post.
It was all United now, but any hopes that City could make it to the break on level terms were cruelly dashed.
In the 42nd minute Mkhitaryan knocked the ball round Huth on the halfway line and sprinted for goal, outpacing Morgan and angling a shot in off Schmeichel’s right knee.
If this was a big blow for City, then worse was to follow just over a minute later.
Valencia’s low cross from the right, found Ibrahimovic unmarked and he side-footed past Schmeichel from the penalty spot.
Just before the break Okazaki had a shot blocked by Pogba, but Ndidi’s well-struck follow up was too close to de Gea to trouble him.

It was difficult to see a way back for a side that hadn’t scored a league goal in 2017, and things got worse early in the second half.
City, with King and Gray on for Musa and Okazaki, were defeated by the 49th minute.
Mata and Mkhitaryan combined well in the box to unzip City’s defence with ease and Mata prodded the ball under Schmeichel from close range, putting the game to bed.

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It was damage limitation now, and Schmeichel got down well to an angled drive from Rashford.
City spent the rest of the game chasing shadows, a Mahrez free-kick into the sidenetting being the closest they came to a consolation goal.
The only other incidents involved bookings to Herrera, Pogba, Valencia and de Gea, as United showed a level of commitment that had long deserted City.
Schmeichel produced a fine save late on to deny Pogba and he was one of the few City players who deserved any credit on the night.
The City keeper was brutally honest after the game:
“Let’s not talk about last season. It’s gone. There are a lot of factors that go into it but this season has not been good right from the start. We are a group of players low on confidence but not low on fight. It is not a comfortable situation. It has been terrible, embarrassing. It is time for each one of us – from the top to the bottom of this club – to stand up and be counted. If we don’t, we will be relegated.”

Leicester: Schmeichel, Simpson, Morgan, Huth, Fuchs, Drinkwater, Ndidi, Mahrez, Okazaki (Gray 46), Musa (King 46), Vardy. Subs Not Used: Chilwell, Albrighton, Kapustka, Zieler, Benalouane.
United: de Gea, Valencia, Bailly, Smalling, Rojo (Blind 46), Mata (Fellaini 77), Ander Herrera, Pogba, Mkhitaryan, Rashford (Young 83), Ibrahimovic. Subs Not Used: Martial, Lingard, Carrick, Romero.

Referee: A Taylor. Attendance: 32,072. 

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Leicester dismantled at Old Trafford

Manchester United 4:1 Leicester City

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A first half defensive horror show for City saw them trail 4-0 at half time at Old Trafford on Saturday…

Claudio Ranieri retained the same side that beat Burnley in the previous league game, though the team news was dominated by the fact that Jose Mourinho had dropped Wayne Rooney.
United enjoyed a good opening spell, probing at City’s defence without finding an opening, but then City had a good few minutes of their own.
A well worked corner saw Drinkwater teed up on the edge of the area. His shot, and then Amartey’s follow up were both blocked, before Huth fired well high and wide from a narrow angle.

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But City went a goal down in the 22nd minute. A Blind corner from the left was nodded in by Smalling who was barely marked at the far post.
If that goal had been against the run of play, the rest of the half was all United.
Ibrahimovic sent Rashford in on the right but the youngster miscued his shot.
Ibrahimovic then cut through the defence, took a ball from Pogba on his chest, but then fired over with the goal at his mercy.
City were now looking fragile at the back and Zieler had to move smartly to tip a 30 yarder from Pogba round the post.
A second looked almost inevitable for United, and it came in the 37th minute when Lingard set up Mata in the area and he steered home a precise half-volley.
Three minutes later City’s afternoon got worse when they were caught napping by a quickly taken Blind corner. Mata, completely unmarked at the near post, squared for Rashford to net from close in.
Two minutes after that it was 4-0 was City conceded their third goal from a left-sided corner, this time Pogba easily rose above Fuchs and directed a neat header beyond Zieler for his first United goal.
A shell-shocked City were pleased to hear the half-time whistle.

Fortunately the rout did not continue after the break, with Ranieri making changes that both rested his star players for Tuesday night, and tightened things up for damage limitation – King and Gray replacing Vardy and Mahrez.

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There were few incidents in a subdued second half, though City fans had something to cheer on the hour. Gray  looked to be well marked on the left, but cut inside Lingard and launched a superb long range shot across De Gea and into the far corner.
With Schlupp on for Albrighton, City pressed forward in search of a second goal.
It should have arrived in the 68th minute, when a Schlupp cutback found King in space, but he sent a tame shot straight at De Gea.
Gray then tried a repeat of his goal but this time De Gea clawed it away.
The match petered out with the result a forgone conclusion before half-time.
City showed some character to ‘win’ the second half, but the inability to defend corners needs to be addressed very quickly.

Claudio Ranieri commented: “It’s not possible to concede three goals from a corner, that means you are not concentrating, and that’s it, the match was gone in the first half. We are very solid on corners and free-kicks, it is very difficult to score against us, but today it was very, very strange for us.”

United: De Gea, Bailly, Pogba, Mata (Young 87), Ibrahimovic, Smalling, Lingard (Carrick 78), Blind, Rashford (Rooney 83), Herrera, Valencia. Subs Not Used: Rojo, Romero, Fosu-Mensah, Fellaini.
Leicester: Zieler, Simpson, Huth, Morgan, Fuchs, Drinkwater, Amartey, Mahrez (King 46), Albrighton (Schlupp 62), Vardy (Gray 46), Slimani. Subs Not Used: Hamer, Hernández, Ulloa, Okazaki.

Referee: M Dean. Attendance: 75,256.

PHOTOS: Simon Kimber
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Leicester edged out by United in Wembley curtain-raiser

Leicester City 1:2 Manchester United

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Ten of thousands of City fans descended on Wembley for the first time since 2000, for the traditional League Champions v FA Cup Winners season opener, but City lost out in a tight encounter when Zlatan Ibrahimovic headed home a late winner for United…

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Claudio Ranieri started with a line-up very similar to last season’s first choice side, with King in for the departed Kanté, and City were first to mount an attack in the 5th minute.
Vardy raced into the penalty area from the left, and got past Bailly before Blind produced a timely tackle.
United’s first chance came five minutes later when Martial beat Simpson down the left but his angled shot found the side-netting. A strong spell for United then saw a Rooney header and Fellaini half-volley go straight at Schmeichel.
In the 20th minute City had two near-misses in rapid succession. Vardy set up Okazaki for a curling shot that was deflected inches wide of the post. From the corner the Japanese international flicked a header onto the crossbar.
City were on top now and Bailly was a busy man, tackling Vardy before he could loose a shot off; and getting to a corner before Morgan.

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But with 32 minutes on the clock, United took the lead against the run of play, with a fine effort from former City loanee Lingard.
He hared through the middle of the City defence, evading three challenges before a neat finish over the advancing Schmeichel.
There was a quiet spell up to the break, as City attempted to overcome their setback. King nodded a corner wide, and Simpson went into the referee’s book for a blatant block on Rooney. And that was it for the first half.

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Claudio Ranieri made a couple of changes for the second half with Gray and Musa on for Okazaki and Albrighton, and City started the brighter with Musa going on a trademark threatening run down the middle before being thwarted by the impressive Bailly.
City continued to press forward and were level seven minutes into the second half.
Good work from Musa down the left saw him feed a ball into the centre, but Fellaini intercepted with a back pass intended for De Gea. However, the Belgian only succeeded in playing a perfect through ball for Vardy, who took full advantage, rounding the keeper and finding the net from a tight angle.
The blue half of Wembley was in raptures…

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There was a subdued spell of play for a while, which saw Gray deliver a weak strike into De Gea’s arms, and little else.
A flurry of subs arrived in the 62nd minute with Mendy and Hernandez on for King and Simpson, and Mata replacing the limping Lingard.
United were on top at this stage, though City threatened with a Drinkwater free-kick that almost caught De Gea out, and  a Musa back-header from close in that landed on the top of the net.
However, it was United who summoned a winner in the 83rd minute, with Ibrahimovic capping an anonymous performance with a winning goal. Valencia crossed from the right, and Ibrahimovic rose above Morgan, to nod the ball home via the right hand post.

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City pressed for an equaliser and Schmeichel camped himself in the opposition penalty area for a series of corners and Hernandez long-throws, but City couldn’t find a way through and it was United who lifted the Community Shield.

After a glamorous pre-season programme that clocked up the air miles, the serious business begins at Hull next Saturday.

Leicester: Schmeichel, Simpson (Hernandez 62), Huth (Ulloa 89), Morgan, Fuchs (Schlupp 79), Drinkwater, King (Mendy 62), Albrighton (Gray 46), Mahrez, Okazaki (Musa 46), Vardy.
Subs Not Used: Zieler.

United: De Gea, Valencia, Bailly, Blind, Shaw (Rojo 69), Carrick (Herrera 61), Fellaini, Lingard (Mata 64 (Mkhitaryan 90)), Rooney (Schneiderlin 87), Martial (Rashford 69), Ibrahimović.
Subs Not Used: Romero.

Referee: Craig Pawson. Attendance: 85,437. 

PHOTOS: Simon Kimber
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* “Hard to think of £3 better spent in my life. “

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Leicester edge towards title with Old Trafford point

Manchester United 1:1 Leicester City

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City overcame a stuttering start to earn a hard-fought point against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday…

Claudio Ranieri stuck with the starting XI that beat Swansea so convincingly, but they got off to a nervy start in their quest for a victory that would seal the league title.
City couldn’t get any possession and it was one-way traffic towards Schmeichel’s goal. Rashford had a shot blocked by Huth, before the Red Devils took an 8th minute lead.
Valencia delivered a precise ball from the right that found Martial in space at the far post and his crisply struck low finish went under Schmeichel.
Five minutes later Schmeichel prevented this early setback from becoming a disaster: Fellaini teed up Lingard for a well-struck, low shot which the City keeper did well to get a hand to.
City rallied after this, and delighted their 3,000 strong (plus hundreds in the home areas) following with a 17th minute equaliser.
Drinkwater delivered a free-kick from the right, and Morgan evaded the scrum on the six yard line to nod home past De Gea.

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It was a more even encounter now, with play flying from end to end.
Rooney dragged a shot wide, Schlupp had an effort blocked by Valencia, and then Lingard and Simpson had a race to goal, but pulled each other over before Schmeichel slid in to hoof the ball clear.
City ended the half on top, with De Gea beating away Schlupp’s cross, loud penalty appeals when Rojo crashed into Mahrez, Drinkwater and Morgan both going close and 1-1 at the break was a fair reflection of the game.

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One goal could win City their first ever title, and they pressed forward.
Morgan sent a header straight at De Gea, and the energetic Okazaki sent one shot wide and saw another cleared off the line by Martial.
Lingard failed to test Schmeichel with a curling effort, while Ulloa sent a header narrowly over.
There followed a rash of yellow cards, which were to damage City more than United later on, Lingard, Carrick, Rooney and Drinkwater all being booked.
Okazaki overhead shot, on target before it was blocked, was his last action of the game as he was replaced by Gray.
A moment of Mahrez magic then saw him glide past Rojo and Carrick before sending his shot just too close to De Gea.
With Albrighton on for Schlupp for the closing stages City continued to look for the goal that would win the title. Ulloa look very tired as he chested and volleyed an effort at De Gea, he didn’t have any support in the attack as Rooney had pulled Gray over, but the United skipper escaped a second yellow.
Unfortunately Drinkwater wasn’t so lucky in the 87th minute, picking up a harsh second yellow for a very weak challenge on Depay. Fortunately, referee Michael Oliver awarded a free-kick when what little offence there was occurred on the line.

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Schmeichel got a fist to Rooney’s free-kick and the ten men continued to battle.
In four minutes of time-added-on there was only one truly scary moment – Martial, down the right, was tackled by Fuchs but the ball rolled across the penalty area… the alert Schmeichel beat Mata to it by inches.
City held out until the final whistle, the hard-earned point now reducing Spurs’ margin for error to zero.
Claudio Ranieri revealed that he might not be in the country of the big moment arrives on Monday…  “I’d like to watch the match tomorrow, but I think I’m on a flight back from Italy so it’s difficult for me to watch the match. Maybe I’ll find out when I land.
For us, it was important to show our character, our mentality. The beginning wasn’t good, but after I very appreciate our performance. We suffer all the matches because we know what we are. We know every match we have to work hard.”
That hard work could be rewarded in the most monumental way tonight, depending on the outcome of a game in West London…

United: De Gea, Rojo, Smalling, Blind, Valencia, Carrick, Fellaini (Herrera 75), Lingard (Mata 61), Rashford (Memphis 82), Rooney, Martial. Subs Not Used: Romero, Schneiderlin, Darmian, Fosu-Mensah.
Leicester: Schmeichel, Simpson, Morgan, Huth, Fuchs, Kante, Drinkwater, Schlupp (Albrighton 77), Mahrez (King 88), Okazaki (Gray 67), Ulloa. Subs Not Used: Schwarzer, Wasilewski, Chilwell, Amartey.

Referee: M Oliver. Attendance: 75,275.

 

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Vardy breaks the record as Leicester hold United

Leicester City 1:1 Manchester United

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Jamie Vardy broke the Premier League record, scoring in his 11th consecutive game, as City drew 1-1 with Manchester United at the King Power Stadium on Saturday evening.

Claudio Ranieri made one change for this high-profile 1st v 2nd meeting with Okazaki replacing Ulloa up front.
In a tight opening spell, Rooney failed to test Schmeichel with a couple of efforts, while Kanté had a shot deflected wide.
City then took a 24th minute lead with an historic goal that nearly lifted the roof off the KPS.

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Schmeichel claimed the ball from a corner and sent Fuchs off down the right. The Austrian sent a perfectly-weighted ball forward to Vardy who produced a lethal finish to beat De Gea and claim his record-breaking 11th strike in 11 games.
After the celebrations had eventually died down City pressed forward looking to extend their lead and Mahrez was involved in a superb move with Okazaki, but couldn’t beat De Gea at his near post.
Schmeichel then did well to block a Martial effort with his legs, but City couldn’t preserve their lead to the break.
With seconds of the first half remaining Blind delivered a corner from the right and Schweinsteiger won a wrestling match with  Okazaki giving himself room to head past Schmeichel and level the contest.

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The second half saw the game tighten up still further and there were few chances. Schmeichel denied Schweinsteiger with a good save soon after the break, before the game got bogged down in midfield.
Ulloa replaced Okazaki on the hour and was soon presented with a chance after a superb Mahrez run and cross from the right. The Argentinian cut inside his marker well but could beat De Gea with his low shot.
Ulloa then sent another chance well over, much to his own frustration.

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At the other end Huth blocked a Mata shot and Depay fired over, but neither side really looked like conceding another and a draw was a fair result.

Although Leicester lost their top spot to Manchester City on goal difference, it was a proud night for the club… congratulations to Jamie Vardy.
Claudio Ranieri praised his prolific striker: “It’s an incredible achievement but also fantastic for football and for the player because four years ago Jamie played in non-league. It’s difficult to grow up so quickly and this fantastic man is not only our goalscorer but he’s very, very good because he presses and works hard.”

Leicester: Schmeichel, Simpson (De Laet 80), Morgan, Huth, Fuchs, Mahrez, Kanté, Drinkwater, Albrighton (Schlupp 70) , Okazaki (Ulloa 61), Vardy. Subs Not Used: Schwarzer, Inler, King, Dyer.
United: De Gea, Darmian, Smalling, McNair, Blind, Mata, Carrick, Schweinsteiger, Young, Rooney (Depay 68), Martial. Subs Not Used: Romero, Fellaini, Schneiderlin, Rashford, Borthwick-Jackson, Pereira.

Referee: C Pawson. Attendance: 32,115.

ALL PHOTOS: Simon Kimber
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Leicester brushed aside at Old Trafford

Manchester United 3:1 Leicester City

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City were beaten by half time by Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday…

Nigel Pearson made one change to his side with Wasilewski in for Moore, while Upson made his first appearance on the bench.
City looked reasonably comfortable against the formidable threat of Di Maria, Falcao and Van Persie during the early stages; but possession was hard to come by and a Schlupp effort from the left after a defensive error was a rare chance.
United got a lucky break in the 27th minute which led to their opener. With Kramarić dithering in midfield, Blind nipped in and delivered a precise ball forward to Van Persie, who looked to be half a yard offside before giving Schwarzer no chance with a crisp finish.
Five minutes later the game was all but up for City as United went further ahead.
A Van Persie pass unzipped City’s defence down the left and Di Maria honed in on goal firing a shot at Schwarzer, who palmed it to Falcao for a finish that Wasilewski couldn’t quite prevent.
Just before half-time the destiny of the points was sealed  when Morgan nodded a Rooney corner past Schwarzer to put the cap on a miserable 20 minutes for City.

The second half saw Cambiasso on for Vardy, in a more balanced line-up, and an improvement for City against a side no longer urgently pressing forward. Kramarić tried a very ambitious over-head effort that didn’t trouble De Gea.
Januzaj sent one just over the bar for United, while at the other end Ulloa going down in the area failed to get a response from the ref.
Pearson then brought Albrighton and Nugent on for Kramarić and Ulloa and it was Albrighton who delivered a perfect cross from the right for Wasilewski to nod past De Gea for his first City goal.
Any thoughts of a comeback soon passed as Albrighton fired a volley over the bar.

It was a day when City hadn’t done themselves justice, though results elsewhere meant that they didn’t lose any ground.

United: De Gea, Shaw, Jones, Rojo, Di Maria, Falcao (Wilson 80), Rooney, Januzaj, Blind, Van Persie (McNair 68), Valencia (Mata 77). Subs Not Used: Smalling, Herrera, Fellaini, Valdes.
Leicester: Schwarzer, Simpson, Wasilewski, Morgan, De Laet, Drinkwater, King, Vardy (Cambiasso 46), Kramarić (Albrighton 62), Schlupp, Ulloa (Nugent 62). Subs Not Used: Konchesky, Upson, Hammond, Hamer.
Referee: M Atkinson. Attendance: 75,329. 

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Peter Schmeichel hints at his son’s future

Former Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel has been discussing his son’s future, which may not be at the King Power Stadium…

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Peter revealed that Hull City had already had an £1.25M offer for Kasper Schmeichel turned down by Leicester, but had come back with an improved bid: “Hull have filed two officials bids, and they have a super manager, Steve Bruce, who is one of my best friends.
He has known Kasper since he was three and a half years old. And Kasper and Alex, Steve’s son, have played together and grew up together.
How this ends, is under the control of Kasper, his club and his agent. It will not be easy for him to leave, because he is at a club that definitely will not let go of him. It is interesting to follow this, and I stand on the sidelines as a very proud father.”

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Although it seems as though Peter would love to see his son at Hull, we would hate to lose such a great goalkeeping talent.
Whether he can be persuaded to spend another year in the Championship remains to be seen.  Swansea City are also thought to be in the hunt for the man voted the division’s best keeper last season.

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