Manchester United still haven't managed to get themselves out from their early slump this season as Louis Van Gaal's men suffered a shock defeat from Leicester City.
Coming away of a convincing league win over QPR, Manchester United put on a confident display early on as they found themselves leading 2-0 after 16 minutes through Robin Van Persie and Angel Di Maria.
Leicester pulled one back though on the 17th minute through Leonard Ulloa's strike keeping their team in that tie.
United looked to be heading for another three points when Ander Herrera snatched his side's third on 57 minutes.
However, Leicester bounced back heavily afterwards starting with David Nugent's penalty on 62 minutes and two minutes later they got back on level terms with a goal from Esteban Cambiasso.
Leicester turned things around on 79 minute with Jamie Vardy scoring from a quick counter attack, before Leonardo Ulloa sealed off that match by scoring his second on the day from the spot kick.