Manchester United's Under-fire Gaffer, Ole Gunnar Solskjær has come in defence of the Duo of Nemanja Matic and Paul Pogba After his team's 4-2 Loss against Leicester City.

Manchester United were dealt with a big Blow in their quest for the EPL Title. Ole Gunnar Solskjær named a strong starting Line-up Against Leicester Which saw Portuguese Striker, Cristiano Ronaldo taking his place in the First eleven after he was used as a substitute in United's last game against Everton. The Pair of Matic and Pogba played Just above the Defense Line in a 4-2-3-1 Formation.

It was the Men from Manchester that took the lead In 19th Minute through Mason Greenwood. United's lead was short-lived as Youri Tielemans produced an outstanding Lob Goal after a great Defensive work from Kelechi Iheanacho, 'Stealing' the ball from Harry Maguire before setting up Tielemans for the Goal. 

Leicester City took control of the match in the 78th Minute through Soyuncu whose goal Gave Brendan Rodgers men the lead. Four Minutes later, Rashford Equalized and the Scoreline was 2-2.

Once Again, United lead only took a minute as Jamie Vardy Registered his Name on the score sheet before Leicester City's New Signing Patson Daka ensured That the home team has all three Points.

The lose at Leceister means that United has failed to Secure a win in Their last three EPL Games. 

Speaking after the Game against Leicester City, Ole Gunnar Solskjær has stated that the whole team is responsible for the loss and has refused to blame the duo of Pogba and Matic .

"We were too easy to play through," Solskjaer said via MEN

"I wouldn't say that's all on Nemanja and Paul, that's the team as a whole.

"We need to be compact, we need to be more aggressive, we dealt with the runs in behind well enough but maybe dropping off them a bit gave them too much space.

"But that's the whole team, not just Paul and Nemanja. I've not heard what Brendan's said but if he felt that...

"We weren't good enough on the second balls, didn't win the 50-50s, didn't nick the ball, or win the ball in good enough areas because we're so good at winning it and going forward and didn't see enough of that today.

"I agree we didn't defend well enough."

Manchester United Currently Occupies 5th Position on the League table and could go further down if Everton and Tottenham secure a win against their Opponents.

United still have some tough games to play this month. The team Faces Atalanta next in the UCL before Playing Liverpool and Tottenham in the EPL.

Ole Gunnar Solskjær's Fate as a United Coach may well be decided after these Games.