Jose Mourinho's Manchester United are now 15 games unbeaten in the Premier League
Manchester United blew Leicester away with two quick-fire goals in the first-half from Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Juan Mata put the result beyond any doubt when he added a third in the second-half – extending United's unbeaten run in the league to 15 games.
And Jose Mourinho has suggested it was a routine win for United who simply played "like normal" against Claudio Ranieri's side.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic double Manchester United's lead before half-time
"I think we played like we normally play," Mourinho said.
"We played well and tried to win. They were a difficult team but that is something we are used too.
"I am happy. We don't have a league defeat since October and if we tried to transform the unlucky draws to victories, we would be in an amazing position."
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The win means United have closed the gap on fourth-placed Arsenal two just two points but Mourinho has claimed he is not focussing on the teams above him.
"I don't look to others. If we had beat Hull and drawn with Leicester, they are still positive points," Mourinho added.
"We drew with Hull and beat Leicester. We are still in the same position but we are closer to the others so we keep fighting."