Premier League, King Power Stadium – Leicester City 2 (Vardy 27’, Maguire 94’) Manchester United 2 (Mata 39’, 60’)

Harry Maguire scored a 94th minute goal to earn ten-man Leicester City a dramatic 2-2 draw with Manchester United.
United started with Victor Lindelof and Phil Jones in defence and the pair struggled to deal with the Foxes’ counter attacks in an entertaining first half.
And they handed the hosts an early Christmas present when Jones jogged back to his own half, allowing Riyad Mahrez to tee up Jamie Vardy to score his 50th Premier League goal for the club.
But Jose Mourinho’s side, buoyed by the return of Paul Pogba from suspension, levelled before the break through Juan Mata’s crisp finish from close range.
The second half had its fair share of drama with both sides spurning good chances before Mata scored again with a sublime free-kick.
Leicester City's Daniel Amartey is sent off by referee Jonathan Moss
Leicester City's Daniel Amartey is sent off by referee Jonathan MossReuters
The home side’s task became even harder when substitute Daniel Amartey was shown two yellow cards in the space of just 16 minutes to see them reduced to ten men.
But they levelled with the last kick of the game when an injured Chris Smalling was tasked with marking Maguire who slid in to score, a result which leaves United 13 points behind runaway leaders Manchester City.