Leicester City Thrash Man Utd after being 3-1 down... October 03 2014

The Foxes produced a spirited fightback from 3-1 down to stun Man Utd and move up to 7th place in the Premier League. Utd started brightly enough and quickly went two goals up courtesy of a Van Persie header and an exquisite chip from Di Maria. However, before Louis Van Gaal had even finished celebrating, Leicester were back in the game. Leonardo Ulloa's bullet header reducing the deficit before the break. A clever Ander Herrera's back heel restored United's lead early in the second half but everything changed on the hour mark.  Referee Mark Clattenburg gave a highly debatable penalty as Vardy went down at the slightest touch.  David Nugent fired home the spot kick and the Foxes were back in the game again.  From here on in Leicester dominated Utd and amazingly a further three goals followed for the home side.  First Cambiasso struck on his home debut before Man of the Match Vardy broke clear to calmly slot the ball past a dazed De Gea.  To put the icing on the cake the Foxes were awarded a second penalty (correctly this time) which record signing Ulloa dispatched to complete an amazing turnaround.  Could this be Leicester's best match ever...