Bruno Fernandes looked like he had sealed yet another Manchester United away win, but Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy had other ideas.
Manchester United’s 10-game winning streak away from home in the Premier League came to an end as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Leicester City on Saturday.
United looked like they would equal Chelsea and Manchester City’s record of 11 consecutive victories when Bruno Fernandes put them ahead 11 minutes from time after Harvey Barnes had earlier cancelled out Marcus Rashford’s opener.
Jamie Vardy ensured a share of the spoils five minutes from time, though, turning home via a deflection off substitute Axel Tuanzebe.
The result means United remain one point behind second-place Leicester and four behind leaders Liverpool, who play West Brom on Sunday.