Leicester vs Manchester United: The title fight continues



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Leicester vs Manchester United: The title fight continues

The holiday fever is shaking England, unfortunately, the fans will not be in the stands to complete the football spectacle, but because of the comfort of their homes, they will closely follow the events on the fields across the country.

Best game of the 15th round of the Premier League is Saturday's match between the currently main threats and the first followers of Liverpool in the race for the title of Leicester and Manchester United (13.30). The United players showed with a series of great results that they have the potential to get involved in the championship race.

Encouraged by a convincing victory over Leeds (6: 2), as well as a triumph in the League Cup over Everton (2: 0) and a place in the semifinals, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team will have the opportunity to confirm the quality that many questioned at the beginning of the season.

The Red Devils are recording particularly impressive results on the side where they have achieved a 100% performance on the six Premier League away games so far. Bruno Fernandes is in great shape (nine goals and five assists), and excellent games in the previous rounds were also recorded by McTominay, Martial, and Rashford, so Leicester's defense will have a hard task this game.

Solskjaer points out that every game is very important, as a final, and that it has great respect for the upcoming opponent. "We are getting better and better. I enter every game thinking I can win it. The guys know what I expect from them.

There is always dust around Manchester United, but it is important for us to progress every game and go step by step. Every game. It's like the finals."

Solskjaer is aware of Leicester quality

"They started to praise us and that's another thing we have to start dealing with.

We played some really good games against Leicester, uncertain they are a very good team, with a great coach I love watching them under Brendan." "They have several threats that we have to beware of," the Manchester United coach said before the duel with the Foxes.

United have often had to take the ball out of the net lately, but they managed to return to the match and reach a triumph after the turnaround. It would not be appropriate to allow Leicester to reach the advantage, and the Norwegian expert is aware of that.

"It will catch up with you sooner or later if you continue to give teams an advantage. Leicester is one of the teams you definitely wouldn't want to give a goal or two. They have so many players playing in transition and you can easily concede three or four goals. We have to let's start well, the first goal will be very important ", concluded Solskjaer.