Gary Neville couldn't help but compare United shot-stopper David de Gea to England legend Gordon Banks after the Spaniard kept his side well and truly in the game in the first half.
In the opening 20 minutes, De Gea pulled off two world-class saves before a Marcus Rashford double and a goal from Jadon Sancho sealed a 3-0 win for the home side.
As fans waxed lyrical on social media, former United right-back Neville, voicing his opinions on co-commentary for Sky Sports, compared the 32-year-old to World Cup winner Banks.
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His view was echoed by fans on Twitter. @KilliaKelly wrote: "By the way, David De Gea's Gordon Banks-esque save was Diiiiiiirrty!!!! What f****n save!!!! Crazy save! Save of the season! Wow!"
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@ObserverRef tweeted: "De Gea has just morphed into Gordon Banks!!"
@BackseatLiverFC said: "Gordon Banks, that. Extraordinary save from De Gea."
"Gordon Banks esque from De Gea. Stunning. Wake up reds," said @poolman66.
@Transfersdai1y said: "What a save by David De Gea! A great ball across the face of goal with Iheanacho unmarked at the back post as he gets his shot off, a bit like Gordon Banks the Spanish goalkeeper parries it out. All Leicester at the moment!"
Despite a surprisingly strong start from the visitors, United ran rampant following the early pressure as Rashford kicked on with his impressive goalscoring form.
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