While Manchester City places a hand on the Premier League trophy after a 2-0 win against Manchester United at Old Trafford. Get tickets for Champions League so that you won’t miss the fun.
#5 Ole punishes under-performers
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer warned after the team’s prevarications 4-0 to Everton about the “consequences” and that the Norwegian remains true to his remarks. Manchester United’s starting lineup, while unexpected, has certainly felt a lot of punishment and consequences.
#4 Cohesive United keep City at bay early
The Red Devils were compact and well trained while using the ball wisely. They sought to exploit the obvious weakness of City on the counter. Although City was the best team, Stretford End was obvious to come while the first half ended without result in Manchester.
#3 De Gea’s disaster showing
With his performances in the first half, Manchester United came out in the second half with renewed vigour to keep his noisy neighbours from winning the title. They showed courage and began to follow their rivals in the city who, despite all their efforts, were always one step ahead.
#2 United show heart
Despite all the flaws of his performances at Old Trafford, United certainly did not miss a heart. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wanted to show that his troops could leave the field with pride, whatever the result, and it is certainly difficult to say that they could have done more.
#1 City’s title to lose
Faced with a much more difficult race for their last five games than their opponents Liverpool, City has set up a title adjustment for the defence of the title in Champions. No longer having a match in hand, Pep Guardiola’s Blues are now at the top of the standings with three games to play and it’s hard to say they do not deserve it.
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