Manchester United got an early and narrow victory against Leicester City to move closer to their dream of finishing top four.
It was a victory that came courtesy of Rashford’s 9th minutes strike which saw the Red Devils move to the fifth position while City did them a favour by defeating Arsenal who are now behind United.
United who have gone 10 matches unbeaten since interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over are confidence of finishing top four and the players seem to be enjoying their new manager’s attacking style.
The victory puts United in the fifth position, two points behind Chelsea while Arsenal now move to the sixth position.
With this victory, United have won five consecutive away games in all competitions for the first time since October 2012. A record which shows they are out to return to the top four.