Manchester City's players run towards Frank Lampard (C) after he scored a goal against Chelsea during their English Premier League soccer match at the Etihad stadium in Manchester, northern England September 21, 2014. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
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Emotional Frank Lampard rescued a point for champions Manchester City against former club Chelsea Sunday while Manchester United gave up a 3-1 lead to slump to a shock 5-3 defeat at Leicester.It seemed big-spenders United were on course for their first competitive away victory under Louis van Gaal after goals by Robin van Persie, Angel di Maria and Ander Herrera left them 3-1 up with just over 30 minutes remaining.Four minutes later, Ulloa made the game safe for promoted Leicester when, after United's Tyler Blackett had been sent off for bringing down Vardy in the box, the striker scored his second goal and Leicester's fifth from the penalty spot.United, fresh from their 4-0 thrashing of QPR, like Leicester a newly promoted side, went 2-0 up inside 16 minutes.The Eagles soared thanks to Mile Jedinak's 30th-minute penalty and second-half goals from Fraizer Campbell and Yannick Bolassie, with Leighton Baines's 83rd-minute penalty too little, too late for Everton.
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