Leeds and Manchester United neutralize each other (Premier League)
Manchester United remain unbeaten in the Premier League away from home since January 19, 2020, and a loss to Liverpool (0-2). The Red Devils extended this prestigious series this Sunday, by obtaining a draw (0-0) at Leeds United, within the framework of the 33rd day of the English Championship. Yet the players of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who thus consolidate their second place in the Premier League, are undoubtedly not satisfied with this result which brings their rivals Manchester City closer to the league title (they are now only missing two victories for be sacred).
Still, this 0-0 is logical as the meeting was poor in opportunities, except for a free kick from Marcus Rashford well diverted by Illan Meslier (45th) and a too crossed strike from Bruno Fernandes, after a retreating center Aaron Wan-Bissaka (57th).
Leeds solid at home
For its part, Leeds confirms its ability to resist Elland Road well against the members of the Big Six, since before this season the Peacocks had already shared points at home, in the Premier League, with Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool. While they are now unbeaten for six matches in the Championship (their record in 2020-2021), Marcelo Bielsa’s men gain a place in the standings and go ninth, ahead of Arsenal, defeated Friday at home by Everton (0-1).