Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy has paid tribute to Manchester United's players after Saturday's 1-1 draw.
Vardy entered the record books with his 11th goal in consecutive Premier League games.
United showed their class coming off the pitch – including goalkeeper David De Gea who had a heated exchange with England striker Vardy.
Vardy said: “Every single one of their players congratulated me, so that's credit to them. That's class, they didn't have to do that.
“De Gea and me were fine at the end, no problem. I've just gone for a ball that was there to be won, he's not liked it, and so we just shared a bit of banter."