Published: Sun, November 11, 2018
Sports | By Toni Houston

The astonishing Manchester derby fact that could worry Man City fans today

The astonishing Manchester derby fact that could worry Man City fans today

It's been four years since United lost a game at the Etihad.

Mourinho was widely assumed to have been annoyed by Barca's decision to appoint Guardiola over himself in 2008 and the pair had a number of fractious encounters during their time together in LaLiga.

This season, City have continued where they left off, regaining their position at the top of the tree, while United have endured a woeful start to the season.

Mourinho said of Aguero that "there are little things in his game I am not a fan of", although he declined to elaborate further when asked. "It's much better, believe me".

"My heart says United will win 2-1 because they'll basically stay in the game and score two late goals after City failed to kill them off".

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Juan Mata's free-kick got United back on terms after Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring, with Leonardo Bonucci's own goal in the 89th minute then earning United a famous victory in Group H.

"I can not say we are going to be successful in our motivations, in our desire, but we played two hard matches away against two very good teams, Chelsea and Juventus, and we managed to get good results". A few weeks ago at Stamford Bridge [against Chelsea], one of the toughest places, they nearly won.

City are now at the summit of the log with 29 points after 11 games, while United are outside the Champions League places. "Always. Especially at the good clubs". I like to read good articles and a passionate football fan.

But a few hours earlier, they will be big rivals as they go head-to-head in the derby with City hoping to move 12 points clear of United in the Premier League.

"Derbies are always tough games, but I think they're the games in which you always learn the most", Rashford wrote in a column for Manchester United's official website.

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