Manchester United's resurrection from the ashes of last season's despair is continuing.

Man United turnaround continues with third straight win

They played Leicester City on Thursday, beat the Foxes by a score of 1-0, and extended the winning streak up to three matches.

An early goal by Jadon Sancho was the difference Then, Man United nabbed another clean sheet on the road too. Here's ESPN's Mark Ogden with reaction and analysis:

Jadon Sancho accelerated Manchester United's revival under Erik Ten Hag by scoring the sole goal in the 1-0 win over Leicester

which put stress upon Foxes boss Brendan Rodgers following the club's lossless beginning in the new season.

Marcus Rashford and Sancho together well to score for United at the beginning of the half The two attacking players collaborated to score the first goal, which was scored by Sancho in the 23rd minute.

Lisandro Martinez was dismissed by many observers following an extremely difficult beginning of the Manchester United career

which saw the Argentina defensive player identified as the primary cause of losing in the games against Brighton as well as Brentford within the opening two matches in the current season.

Player rating Leicester: Ward 6, Justin 6, Evans 6, Ndidi 6, Thomas 6; Soumare 6, Tielemans 6, Dewsbury-Hall 7; Maddison 7, Vardy 5, Barnes 6.

Manchester United: De Gea 7, Dalot 7, Varane 7, Martinez 7, Malacia 7; McTominay 6, Eriksen 8, Fernandes 7; Elanga 6, Rashford 6, Sancho 7.

BEST: Christian Eriksen, Manchester United. Eriksen has always been an understated footballer, but his quality on the ball has always made him a key figure wherever he has played.

WORST: Jamie Vardy, Leicester City. Vardy will go down as arguably the greatest player in Leicester City's history thanks to his goalscoring feats for the club