Marcus Rashford scored two goals to help Manchester United defeat Leicester in the Premier League and extend his scoring streak. Rashford, who is in the best shape of his career and is driving United's comeback, scored goals in either half at Old Trafford. This season, he has already scored 24 goals.
Both shots were executed with skill; They advanced on goal and calmly slipped the ball past Danny Ward after snatching passes from Fred and Bruno Fernandes. Jadon Sancho, a substitute, gave Erik ten Hag's team the three points, but the outcome could have been very different.
Even though there wasn't a goal, Leicester had more chances to score but couldn't get past David de Gea, which cost them a lot. After making an excellent retaliatory stop to prevent Harvey Barnes from scoring from close range, the Spanish goalkeeper made yet another outstanding stop on Kelechi Iheanacho's diving header. The inconsistent season has kept Leicester in 14th place in the standings after they lost their three-game winning streak.