Manchester United have lost their second Premier League match of the season.
Saturday afternoon at the King Power Stadium saw the Red Devils comfortably beaten 4-2 by Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester City.
Despite coming into the match as heavy favourites and boasting a squad littered with talent, the Red Devils failed to ever look like the game’s obvious winners.
Having fallen behind twice, despite Marcus Rashford bagging a comeback goal, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s misery was piled on after late goals from Jamie Vardy and Patson Daka sealed his side’s fate.
With all three points heading back to Leicester City, Solskjaer is now faced with a mountain to climb as serious questions over his ability to continue at the Old Trafford helm begin to mount.
One player who featured during Saturday’s match was midfielder Paul Pogba and speaking after the game, the Frenchman appears far from happy with the side’s performance.
When assessing how the Red Devils can improve in time for a tough run of fixtures that includes games against Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City and Liverpool, the midfielder (as quoted by the BBC’s Shamoon Hafez) said: “We need to find the right mentality and the right tactic. Stick with it and resolve the problem.”