Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers incredulous as Man Utd's Marcel Sabitzer escapes a red card
The 3-0 scoreline flattered Manchester United after a ragged first half against Rodgers' men who had made a bright start.
Marcus Rashford scored a brace to take his tally to 24 goals - his most in a single season for his boyhood club - before substitute Jadon Sancho wrapped up the game.
"It's a sending-off - straight leg onto the knee," the Foxes boss said said. "How it wasn't looked at and deemed that, it was incredible really when I see it. "I don't know (why it wasn't looked at). We've seen the last few weeks some of the decisions and that. "Someone has said it was maybe after an incident but I don't really buy that one. "If you look at Arsenal's penalty against Manchester City, Eddie Nketiah is in on goal, he has a shot but the follow through makes it a penalty, which makes it a foul. "In this instance, even if the play has stopped, he's followed through and straight-legged him right on his knee."
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