Manchester United dropped two points again at Old Trafford as they failed to beat Leicester City on Saturday. The Red Devils missed the chance to top Spurs who are in action today against Newcastle. 

Ralf Rangnick’s team were without Cristiano Ronaldo, and the edge was not there for United. The team also struggled to create the ideal amount of chances it needed to beat a team like Leicester City.

Match Summary

Manchester United 1-1 Leicester: Fred cancels out Kelechi Iheanacho header  but top four hopes suffer blow - Eurosport

Manchester United and Leicester shared the points after a 1-1 draw between. Iheanacho scored the opening goal with a stooping header which De Gea couldn’t keep out, but Fred equalized for the hosts just three minutes later when he fired in the rebound of Fernandes’ saved effort. Maddison thought he’d won the game for Leicester late on. The former Norwich man fired in at the near post, but ruled it out for a foul on Varane in the build-up. United pushed late on, but couldn’t come up with a winner.

Manchester United 1-1 Leicester City reaction: Rodgers' thoughts after draw  at Old Trafford - Leicestershire Live

The likes of Arsenal and Tottenham can now further distance themselves from United on the Premier League table which will continue to reduce their chances of playing in the Champions League again next season.

Manchester United Still Have A Chance…

Manchester United still has a good chance of qualifying for the Champions League. The reds will still have tough matches against Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, and Brighton ahead. Their schedule looks the toughest on paper, but as they have no other distractions, Manchester United players owe it to the fans to give everything until the final minute of the season.

It's no secret'; Rangnick makes damning Rashford confession as Man Utd  flounder in Leicester draw

Securing UEFA Champions League qualification will be key for Manchester United, as they aim to rebuild next season. They will need to attract top players and that will be tough to do without UCL Chelsea.