Leicester City will have to wait for the outcome of the Tottenham Hotspur versus Chelsea game to find out if they will be crowned champions of the premier league after they drew 1-1 against Manchester United at Old Trafford with ten men.
The game got on to a frantic start as both sides went all in for the three points at stake and provided the fans a wide spectacle.
It was the home side that took the lead as the most expensive teenage footballer in the world Anthony Martial finished off a well timed cross from Antonio Valencia.
The lead did not last the Foxes levelled scores courtesy a powerful header from Captain Wes Morgan who connected a delightful freekick from Daniel Drinkwater to make it 1-1.
Leicester ended the first half very strong as Jeffrey Schlupp’s cross from the left was dipping horribly but David de Gea clawed it away as the first quarter ended goalless.
The second half witnessed a great battle from both sides as the Foxes look to seal the title wile Manchester United seek to secure a UEFA Champions League spot.
Leicester midfielder Drinkwater entered the referee’s book for a niggling challenge on Jesse Lingard out wide, also United’s vice-captain Michael Carrick picked up a yellow of his own.
PFA Player of the Year who was having a quiet afternoon created an opening for himself when he cuts inside Marcos Rojo and hit a swift left foot drive which was comfortably beaten away by De Gea.
At the other end, Kasper Schmeichel had to smartly clear his lines from a loose ball and minutes later Drinkwater saw a second yellow for pulling back substitute Memphis Depay as the visitors were reduced to ten men.
Manchester United failed to breakdown Claudio Ranieri’s men as the Foxes held on for a crucial 1-1 draw which maybe enough for them to win the premier league if their closest challenger’s Tottenham fail to take any point from Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge on Monday night.