Manchester United have won their first Premier League game since the opening weekend of the season following their win over Leicester City on Saturday afternoon.
The Red Devils had not won a game since beating Chelsea 4-0 in week one.
Marcus Rashford scored two goals during that Chelsea game and he was responsible for the only goal of the match as Manchester United returned to winning ways with the 1-0 win at home to Leicester City.
England international Rashford scored the winning goal from the penalty spot as early as the 8th minute after he was brought down by Leicester City defender Caglar Soyuncu.
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David De Gea made some saves to have Manchester United a much needed win for the first time in four games.
Manchester United drew with Southampton and Wolverhampton Wanderers and also lost to Crystal Palace after the opening day win over Chelsea.
The win for Manchester United ended the unbeaten start to the season for Leicester City.
The Foxes had recorded eight points from the first four games of this Premier League season.
Leicester City started the season with two successive draws against Wolverhampton Wanderers and Chelsea before the consecutive victories over Sheffield United and South Coast outfit Bournemouth.