Even after Bruno Fernandes had put Manchester United in sight of victory with 11 minutes of the game remaining, but ultimately failed to win an away league match for the first time this season.
Manchester United’s 10-game winning streak away from home came to an end as Leicester City held to a 2-2 draw.
Bruno Fernandes’ had put United on course for an 11th successive away league win this season, but Tuanzebe deflected in Jamie Vardy’s strike to level it up on 85 minutes.
“We feel disappointed,” said Ole Gunnar Solskjær. “The boys are flat in the dressing room because we created enough chances to score more goals.”
The result means United remain one point behind second-place Leicester and four behind leaders Liverpool, who play West Brom on Sunday.
Next up for United is a home game against Wolves on Tuesday night, before a meeting with Aston Villa on New Year’s Day.