1-0, min. 8, Rashford (pen)
Manchester United vs Leicester City: Live Stream TV Updates and How to Watch Premier League Match 2019
Jamie Vardy and Nemanja Matic compete for the ball | Photo: Getty/ NurPhoto

Manchester United vs Leicester City: Live Stream TV Updates and How to Watch Premier League Match 2019

Follow live from Old Trafford for Manchester United vs Leicester City , live stream, squads, preview and score updates in 2019 Premier League. Kick-off Manchester United vs Leicester City: 15:00 BST

Cristian Bratu


That's all from this live stream as Rashford's 8th minute penalty earned his side all three points over the Foxes.

Be sure to check out the match reaction right here on VAVEL.


Thank you for joining us, until next time!

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Solskjaer celebrates for the first time since the Chelsea victory

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A better second half for the visitors but ultimately lacking in the final decisive ball...

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United's next game sees them begin their Europa League campaign with a match against Astana at home while Leicester will host Tottenham at the King Power Stadium.
Full Time!
It ends Manchester United 1-0 Leicester City.

Rashford's early penalty turned out to be the difference after he dispatched clinically to condemn Leicester to their first defeat of the season while United win for the first time since the opening day of the season.

94' United refuse to give the ball back and a little scuffle breaks out.

Chilwell gets booked in the process and McTominay who refused to give the ball back got nothing...

93' Rashford looked clean through but Tielemans recovered well and defended successfully
92' Ndidi catches the ball with his left foot and fires just wide of the post.

Agonisingly close for the visitors.

90' Leicester wins a corner and Schmeichel runs up the field for it.

The corner is played shorted and the chance is wasted.

Schmeichel furious with the set piece

Four minutes of added time have been allocated...
89' United make a defensive change as James makes way for Tuanzebe.

Looking to see out the remainder of the game

86' Leicester's corner is over hit but the ball seems to come off Fred last...

Referee gives a goal kick

84' After a flurry of headers in the United box, Vardy's header is gathered comfortably by De Gea
83' James yellow carded for a challenge on Maddison that stops a Foxes attack
82' Rashford hits the bar with a free kick from around 30 yards out and the ball bounces out for a goal kick
10 minutes of the game to go and Leicester's unbeaten run in the Premier League is at risk...
78' Leicester's long balls over the top have proved to be awkward for the United defence all game.

Nothing has come from them as of yet however.....

15 minutes of the match to go....

The hosts still lead 1-0

74' McTominay has fouled Maddison on a number of occasions throughout the game but the first time Maddison returns the favour...

He's booked.

72' United starting to play their way back into the game 
72' James skies his shot from the edge of the box
69' De Gea tries to claim that Vardy caught him late after passing the ball but the English striker didn't touch the Spaniard.

Baffling really

69' Mata is replaced by United youngster Chong for the host's second change
66' Demarai Gray replaced by Harvey Barnes for the Foxes second change of the match
66' Fred replaces Matic for the hosts
66' Leicester earn a cheap corner after Young puts it behind despite not being under pressure.

It ultimately comes to nothing.

64' Wave after wave of Leicester attacks but no clinical edge so far.
61' Leicester starting to grow in confidence again
60' Good work from Gray who finds Tielemans on the edge of the box but the Belgian scoops his shot up and over the bar
57' Choudhury makes way for Ayoze Perez.

Maddison comes into the central midfield position and Perez fills in for him on the wing

56' Maguire's downward header from a corner is saved by his former keeper Schmeichel
55' Maddison's effort is just off target
53' Tielemans fouled on the edge of the United box and wins a freekick in a great position.

Maddison is all over this one.

51' Mata's shot is saved by Schmeichel and the rebound is blasted over the bar.

Lively start from both sides this half

49' James beat Ricardo and drifted into the box but his shot drifted over the bar
48' De Gea wins the race against Maddison and collects a Tielemans through ball
Second Half!
We're back and the second half begins!
The decisive moment of the first half... 

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Half Time!
The first half ends Man U 1-0 Leicester

The referee blows for half time as Maddison bangs his foot on the ground in pain.

Rashford's spot kick is the difference in the match so far after Soyuncu brought the young England forward down in the box.

Chilwell's half volley arguably represents Leicester's best chance to get level if it wasn't for a good De Gea save.

Improvements needed for the Foxes in the second half as top 6 rivals United have the advantage

47' Choudhury sees a shot on his unfavourved left foot comfortably saved by De Gea
Two minutes added time of the first half.
45' A Man U counter attack ends with a dissapointing James cross that sails over Schmeichel's bar
43' Soyuncu stays down after the corner and De Gea kicks the ball out of play so the Turkish international can receive treatment.

He's ok and play continues

42' Maddison clips the ball into the box towards Gray but Young intercepts the pass with his head and concedes a corner
40' A good string of passes put together by Leicester but Gray's delivery in towards Vardy was misplaced and went out for a goal kick.

Disappointing end to a promising move

36' Leicester have enjoyed more posession in the United half but have not had much luck in the final third.


32' Leicester growing into the game and win a third corner in quick succession
30' De Gea tips the ball over the bar after a fiercely struck half volley from Chilwell after the ball sat up nicely from a corner.
Former teammates battle it out at Old Trafford

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25' Ben Chilwell sold short by Choudhury and left on the floor after a 50-50 challenge with McTominay.

Looks to be ok.

24' Leicester seem to be struggling to get into their rhythm so far this game.
22' Gray chops back in the box and goes down but the referee disinterested.
19' Evans glances a Young delivery from a set piece to concede a corner.

Evans then clears the resulting Young corner

Despite the scoreline, the Leicester fans are the most vocal in the stadium at the moment
11' James sends in a teasing cross but a red shirt couldn't connect with it
GOAL! Manchester United 1-0 Leicester City

Rashford sends Schmeichel the wrong way and slots the ball in the bottom right corner.

1-0 to United

7' A rash Soyuncu challenge on Rashford in the box results in a penalty for the hosts....
4' Maddison gathers a long ball by Schmeichel and has Leicester's first shot on goal which was saved by the legs of De Gea.

Lively start from both sides.

3' Corner delivered to Maguire but the former Leicester player cannot direct it towards goal
3' Schmeichel palms the ball away for a corner and collides with the post in the process.

Corner for the hosts

2' Dan James brought down on the edge of the box by Ricardo to win a freekick in a dangerous position for the hosts
Kick Off!
We're underway!
The players walk out as the Premier League anthem rings around the Theatre of Dreams


Leicester haven't won at Old Trafford for 21 years.

Will that change today?

The players are stood in the tunnel and Maguire greets his former teammates 
15 minutes until kick-off.....
Who will Peter be supporting today?

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"We don't need you we've got Soyuncu....."

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Will Maguire get one over his former side today or will he be left regretting his move....


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Is Old Trafford the fortress it once was?
Another three points for Rodgers and his side today?
Thoughts for the match
With the Premier League returning from the international break, both teams would like to get off to a good restart.

Manchester United have not won a league game since their opening day victory over Chelsea and have dropped points against Crystal Palace, Wolves and Sounthampton respectively.

They face a Leicester side in good form as the Foxes are yet to lose a game this season, drawing to Wolves and Chelsea and beating Sheffield United and Bournemouth.

This game could prove to be pivotal in the race for 6th and it could be a great chance for Leicester to make a statement in terms of their ambitions of the season.

Leicester City line-up
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Rodgers on United....
Brendan Rodgers said that the match represents a good opportunity for his side to prove them selves against "quality​​​​​​​" opposition.

"Old Trafford is always a difficult place to go. I've obviously been there with a few teams and won and lost and whatnot but Man Utd will always have quality.

"This is a chance for us to go and demonstrate our qualities on a fantastic stage."

Solskjaer on Leicester....
 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has heaped praise on his opposition in his pre-match press conference, stating: "Leicester is always a tough game. There's a team wanting to push into the top four.

"They've got good players and a very good manager, a proven top manager. Brendan's teams always play good football and we know we've got to play well to deserve the three points."

Leicester team news
Leicester have no new injury concerns ahead of the match with every international player returning fully fit.

Matty James is still unavailable after having surgery on his achilles.

United team news
Man United have multiple injury concerns ahead of the clash with Leicester as Paul PogbaAnthony Martial, and Luke Shaw are all on the sidelines with respective injuries.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka could be a doubt for the match due to a back injury that saw him pull out of the international squad while Jesse Lingard ​​​​​​​will be assessed for the match due to illness.

Leicester form
Leicester have enjoyed a successful opening to the season, being one of three teams who have yet to have been beaten so far.

Their last match saw them defeat Bournemouth 3-1 thanks to a Jamie Vardy double eitherside of Youri Tielemans' first goal of the season.

United's form
United have struggled for form in the Premier League, with their last win coming on the opening day against Chelsea.

The red devils' last match saw them draw 1-1 with 10-man Southampton after a Daniel James opener was cancelled out by Jannik Vestergaard.

What happened in the last meeting?
The sides' last meeting ended in a 1-0 away win for United as Marcus Rashford's ninth minute strike punished a Foxes side that lacked the clinical edge. 

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Hi everyone and welcome to VAVEL UK's live coverage of Manchester United vs Leicester City in the Premier League. Leicester have been vocal in the media about their desire for a top six place and three points against United would surely go a long way in helping the Foxes do so... Kick-off in Manchester is due on Saturday at 15:00pm