Vardy pulled a goal back for Leicester in stoppage time to give them some reward for a good performance against last season's runners-up. Leicester got off to a poor start to the season but were able to climb the table throughout the season, finishing ninth.
The French midfielder, who captained and scored in the match, said this on his social media channels: "I'll always give my best to the fans and my teammates no matter what's going on".
Their best chance for a stretch came when skipper Pogba threaded through Sanchez, whose laid off for Juan Mata to get away a shot that was deflected just wide. That being said, the majority of pundits thought David de Gea should fill the vacancy, but alas Mourinho favored more of a "position player" in the captain's role.
"So, obviously it's easier for a player to be on the same page with all the group - the manager was inside, the physio, the kitman, we were all a group in the team".
The 22-year-old attacker is among those to have been available for the Red Devils throughout the summer having missed the World Cup. I know it's a great cup, it will stay in my mind, but I want to win all the trophies.
Andreas Pereira. The talented young Belgian spent last season on loan at Valencia and got the surprise start in this one. "I had my plans for many months and I find myself with the market closed in a situation I did not think I would be in. But very complete performance, he just has to keep going, the mentality was very good, the tactical discipline was very good too and he had the power to move forward and score an important goal for us". With Leicester still relentlessly chasing the equaliser, United looked to step up their attacking play to double their lead.With the 60th minute passing and Manchester United still only one ahead, Leicester brought Ghezzal on for his debut in the place of Amartey as well as replacing Maddison with Vardy.
The 20-time English champions haven't won the Premier League title since 2013 when Sir Alex Ferguson won his 13th top flight crown.
Sanchez ticks all the boxes you want from your forward, so it is very hard to leave him out.
"I find this really odd", he said.
"I ran the London marathon in April past and it fell on the same weekend as the FA Cup Semi Final against Spurs, so I took him there and that was his first game".
Pogba was not the only United player to impress me. Right from his childhood, he thoroughly enjoyed following all the sporting events but his true calling came only when he started writing about them.