Manchester United lost their first league game on the road since January 2020 when they went down 4-2 to Leicester City at the King Power Stadium on Saturday afternoon.


Marcus Rashford returned from injury to score a goal that made it 2-2, but the Red Devils immediately conceded just seconds later and let the fourth one in during stoppage time.



Hutton admits that it was a great game to watch and feels Leicester completely deserved to walk away with all three points.


But he conceded that he is a bit concerned about how Manchester United have been playing and believes they looked like a bunch of brilliant players who have no idea how to play together.



Hutton said on BBC Radio 5 live: “What a fantastic game; some great goals, great play. Over the 90 minutes, Leicester deserved it.


“I fear for Man United, the defence looks all over the place.



“They look like a team of unbelievably talented players that don’t know how to play together.”


Hutton believes that defensively especially, Manchester United are struggling.


“At the back, Man Utd are a shambles. I have to be honest.


“Watching them, they are a team full of world class players, but they aren’t playing as a team.


“When they get results, it is down to individual brilliance.”


Manchester United have taken just a point from their last three league games and have a daunting fixture list ahead of them this month.