Manchester United concern over Paul Pogba injury - sources

Manchester United are sweating on Paul Pogba's fitness ahead of the trip to Leicester on Sunday after he picked up an injury against Burnley, sources have told ESPN FC.

The France international was limping heavily as he left Old Trafford following the 2-2 draw on Tuesday night and will be assessed by medical staff before a decision is made about whether he can feature at the King Power Stadium on Sunday.

United will also check on Anthony Martial after he was ruled out against Burnley because of a "slight injury" while Jesse Lingard was only fit enough for a place on the bench undergoing a late fitness test.

Lingard came on for the final 27 minutes and won the penalty from which Pogba scored before Victor Lindelof snatched a stoppage-time equaliser.

"You have to learn from our mistakes and next time I think we need to start the game differently, that's it," Pogba said.

"I think we played like we were winning maybe 1-0 or 2-0 and that's why the result was like that. But the comeback was positive. The result was disappointing."

"The reaction was good. Then we didn't lose but we still let drop two points that we could have had. But, like I say, we learn from our mistakes."