Manchester United are facing an anxious wait for news on the severity of Raphael Varane's injury with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer dealing with a number of potential issues in defence once the season resumes after the international break.
Varane was substituted in the first half of the 2-1 win after suffering a groin problem.
Sources have told ESPN that United are hopeful the issue is not too serious but the centre-back remains a doubt for the trip to Leicester on Saturday.
He has started light training at Carrington during the international break but has not yet been included in full contact sessions and is facing a race against time to prove his fitness before the game at the King Power Stadium.
Lindelof has linked up with the Sweden squad after initially staying behind in Manchester to attend the birth of his second child.
United could have Marcus Rashford available to feature against Leicester after the forward came through a behind closed doors friendly against Blackburn.
Rashford has not played this season after undergoing shoulder surgery over the summer but is coming to the end of his recovery and could be in line for a place on the bench at the King Power Stadium.