Published On: Mon, May 2nd, 2016

Manchester United Make Leicester City Wait for Title

Manchester United make Leicester City wait for title after being draw 1-1 at Old Trafford on Sunday. The Foxes needed three points to win the league title for first time. But with thousands of fan back in Leicester and millions of new convert’s around the world watching on television. They had to make with one after Wes Morgan cancelled out Anthony Martial’s opener for United.

Manchester United Make Leicester City Wait for Title

Leicester, lost Danny Drinkwater to a late red card will be crowned champions unless second place Tottenham hotspur with at Chelsea on Monday. But if Spurs do prevail the Leicester will left requiring two points from their final games, Everton home and Chelsea away.

Leicester title destiny

Sunday, Manchester United make Leicester city wait for title. It was a damaging result for Louis van Gaal’s united who left four points below the Champions League Places with only three games to play.

Leicester has turned winning with minimal possession into an art form this season, but United’s early dominance here was to prove the precursor to a soft opener. It would still take a monumental collapse for Leicester not to claim the title, but their player, staff and anxious supporters must wait a few more hours. If not days before their place in sporting history can be confirmed.

during the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester United and Leicester City at Old Trafford on May 1, 2016 in Manchester, England.

The game was intense robust encounter and Fellaini was guilty of a wild elbow to Robert Huth’s. After German had provoked him by yanking his hair that could earn the Belgium a retrospective ban, it could have been a red card if Oliver had called it a foul.

The teams continued to exchange chances in the second half, with Martial shooting over and Lingard curling straight at Schmeichel for United. While Leonardo Ulloa, once again deputizing for suspended Jamie Vardy.

The closing stages belonged to United, with Chris Smalling’s header clipping the post before Drinkwater another Old Trafford old boy, saw red card after receiving a second yellow card for hauling back substitute Memphis Depay right edge of the box.