It's over guys. End of. As much as we hate to admit it the Premier League title race really does seem to only have one horse in it after Leicester's late goal snatched two points form a profligate Manchester United.
Jamie Vardy opened the scoring just before the half hour mark after a perfectly weighted pass from Mahrez on the counter. United however dominated proceedings and a brace from Juan Mata, a tidy finish and a sumptuous free-kick, put them back in the driving seat.
After the sending off of City's Daniel Amartey on 73 minutes, United spurned three more good chances, with Rashford and Mkhitaryan wasteful in front of goal and Jesse Lingard striking the post after rounding Kasper Schmeicel.
Eventually succumbing to a 94th minute equaliser, United fans were understandably frustrated by their team's performance.
"United would have beaten City if they had Pogba".
They couldn't beat Leicester City or Bristol City with Pogba.
13 points. Merry Christmas!
— Shane Burns (@ShaneBurns_) December 23, 2017
BohemianTM hopes that a recent curse is at it's end:
Drew with stoke "City"
Lost to man "City"
Lost to Bristol "City"
Drew with Leicester "City"
This jinx must surely be broken. #mufc
— Bohemian™️ (@raizo_07) December 23, 2017
Leicester fan Kieran Brown has an unsettling Christmas photoshop to celebrate the draw:
— kieran brown (@_jammer_) December 23, 2017
— Adam Longley (@adamlongley) December 23, 2017
Red Devils' fans were infuriated as their side squandered the lead, Dessalean blaming the attack as well as Mourinho's tactics:
our attackers have been atrocious, and instead of an attacking sub, José puts on Herrera to park the bus. fool. #LEIMUN
— Dessalean (@dessalean) December 23, 2017
— Tom Mulcahy (@TMulcahy29) December 23, 2017
Younes H-Hamou tells it like it is with regards to the Premier League title race:
OMG!!! 2-2!!! WITH 10 MEN! IN THE LAST SECOND!!! THE SCENES!!! ? ? ? WELL DONE LEICESTER!
Meanwhile...congratulations to Manchester City who are the Premier League champions now. No one in the universe will catch them now. It's a fight for 2nd now #LEIMUN
— Younes H-Hamou (@youneshh) December 23, 2017
This Tweet sums up an incredible seven years for Jamie Vardy, scoring his 50th Premier League goal in the draw:
? Jamie Vardy...
- 2010: Plays for Stocksbridge
- 2015: Plays for England
- 2016: Ballon d'Or nominated
— The Sportsman (@TheSportsman) December 23, 2017
Ladbrokes bring the noise:
Reports that Jose Mourinho is currently telling Leicester to keep the noise down after scoring a last minute equaliser
— Ladbrokes (@Ladbrokes) December 23, 2017
Pritish captures the mood of most United fans in regards to their indecisive forwards:
— Pritish (@pritish77) December 23, 2017