Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men made a trip to the King Power Stadium where they lost to Leicester City 4:2
The Reds had a 29-game unbeaten streak away from home but that ended by the Foxes.
It started brightly for United as Mason Greenwood fired them ahead with a stupendous strike in off the inside of a post, midway through the first-half, before Youri Tielemans also found the top corner, past David De Gea, to equalise for Leicester before the break.
After the interval, Caglar Soyuncu edged the Foxes ahead in the 78th minute with what was the start of a late goalfest. Five minutes later, Marcus Rashford, on his return from injury, smashed in an equaliser for the Reds but an immediate response from Jamie Vardy and an injury-time goal from substitute Patson Daka put the game ahead of Man U.