Manchester City beat Manchester United and lead more than ever in the Premier League


Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City beat Manchester United 4-1 for the 28th Premier League clash in a match that was highlighted by a brusque defensive error from the Red Devils. Kevin De Bruyne -2- and Riyad Mahrez -2- scored for Ciudadanos and the partial match went to Jadon Sancho. Cristiano Ronaldo missed the classic match due to injury.

Early in the game, the Red Devils set the tone for a dreadful day awaiting defence. Bernardo Silva surrounded three rivals and sent in a seeker which De Bruyne linked in to open the story after four minutes. United stayed alive due to a lack of efficiency from the Citizens and, in the first goal they had, Jadon Sancho scored a beautiful goal after a superb counter-attack in the 21st minute. However, the Red Devils’ main deficit is back in action.

At 27, Elanga’s sloppy serve led to the ball being reclaimed and the Premier League leaders catching their classic rivals badly. First, De Gea covered Foden’s screams, then Silva produced a fin in the penalty area and the third was charm as De Bruyne sent him in to save. From start to finish, City proved to be more of a team against a side who missed Cristiano Ronaldo too much.

Ahead of the final, the team, who have only lost three times in the Premier League, continued their absolute dominance at the City of Manchester Stadium against 11 players who did not cross half the pitch. It wasn’t until the age of 22 that she settled a lawsuit with a piece of art by Mahrez. Algeria’s volley hits prepared play which started in the left corner. There was only time left for another City goal thanks to the same author. There is no equality and the classic owner is City again.

How are Manchester City and Manchester United in the Premier League
Manchester City are the Premier League leaders with 69 points and, after a classic win against Manchester United, maintain a six-point lead against Liverpool, their bodyguards. On the other hand, the Red Devils are fifth with 47 points, in the next Europa League qualifying zone. On the following dates, they will face Crystal Palace and Tottenham, respectively.

Manchester City vs. Manchester United for the Premier League
Mahrez closed Manchester City vs. Manchester United by Premier League (45m ST)

From the laboratory! Manchester City’s great stop ball goal against Manchester United in the Premier League (22m ST)

Horror! De Bruyne takes advantage of the Manchester United defense and shouts Manchester City’s second Premier League goal (27 million PT)

On the counter-attack, Manchester United are unforgiving: Jadon Sancho equalizes classic against Manchester City (21m PT)

Kevin De Bruyne opens the story for Manchester City vs. Manchester United for Premier League (4m PT)

Bad news for Manchester United before playing with City: Cristiano Ronaldo injured
Cristiano Ronaldo, Manchester United’s figure and goalscorer, suffered a muscle ailment at the last minute and will be a big victim of the classic that will be played this afternoon at the Etihad stadium in Manchester City, for the 28th Premier League, from 13:30 from Argentina. Uruguay centre-forward Edinson Cavani will also be unavailable.

As reported by the British sports portal, CR7 did not feature in squad concentration at a hotel in the city due to an injury, the severity of which was not disclosed but has already left him doubtful for the match against Atlético de Madrid. , within 10 days, to earn a place in the Champions League quarter-finals.

Portugal’s Ronaldo, 37, is the Reds’ top scorer with 15 goals in all competitions and has missed just one game through injury since returning to the club, having played at Real Madrid and Juventus.

How Manchester City and Manchester United arrived at the classic
The Citizens, who play Sporting Lisboa for the Champions League on Wednesday, had a midweek game in which they won 2-0 against Peterborough United for the FA Cup with a majority of substitutes. Previously, in the local competition, Guardiola’s men beat Everton 1-0 through Phil Foden’s goal.

For their part, in their last game, Ralf Rangnick’s men played out a goalless draw against Watford and the points won put them fourth in the table with 47 units in 27 appearances. In turn, the Red Devils continue in the Champions League where on 15 March they will face Atlético Madrid for the round of 16 after a 1-1 draw in Spain.