United traces the Manchester derby past City in four minutes (2-1)

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United beat City in the Manchester derby in four minutes (2-1)

Manchester United's winning dynamic is so powerful that not even City could contain it. The ninth consecutive victory added up. He joined the red eleven, showing, as his coach had said, that he had learned “the lesson” they received from the blues in the October derby when they conceded a scandalous 6-3. > Three months later, the sign of victory changed its face. box.

United beat City in four minutes in the Manchester derby (2-1)

Bruno Fernandes celebrates having been awarded his previously disallowed goal.

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He changed, too, meteorically. In just four minutes,What time frame did United score? the two goals that allowed him to overcome the 0-1 deficit that Jack Grealish had scored on a header from Kevin de Bruyne's cross. City dominated the game and the score, but they still didn't know how to close the spaces they were leaving behind and that United had discovered in the first half without knowing how to take advantage of them.

United beat City in four minutes in the Manchester derby (2-1)

Grealish headed De Bruyne's cross in the 1-0 win for City.

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That chasm that was in the axis of the celestial rear was blown up by a man. repeatedly asked Rashford, who in the end got the best. benefit from the third escape from him. Not him, but Bruno Fernandes. Rashford's first two down the left, faster than Walker and Rodri, they didn't end well.

The third, in which he was chasing a vertical pass from Wan-Bissaka, he started off again. from a clear offside position and at the moment of hitting the ball, the ball appeared. Bruno to beat Ederson. The linesman signaled to him. He was offside and the referee, after consulting him, awarded the penalty. The goal went in despite the fact that Rashford's influence on the action was very clear. Even if he didn't touch the ball.

United beat City in the Manchester derby in four minutes (2-1)

Martial falls when jumping with Akanji.

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City knocked out, without picking up the thread of a game in which they slacked off, with a first half without shooting on goal and a second in which they only pressed hard. when he saw himself losing, he repeated himself. He came up with the move that Eric ten Hag had learned.that rout.

Garnacho escaped from behind. from the left, came the He came to the area, and served as a A marvelous cross that Rashford, alone against Ederson, finished off. As it had culminated in all the games played with United since the return of the World Cup. City's last attacks, desperate, did not lessen the anger of the lost derby, beyond that. of another arbitral decision for not indicating a penalty from Casemiro to Haaland.

United beat City the Manchester derby in four minutes (2-1)

Pep Guardiola gives orders during the Manchester derby.

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Technical data

Manchester United: De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Varane (Maguire, d. 92), Shaw, Malacia; Fred, Casemiro (Lisandro, d. 92); Bruno, Eriksen (Garnacho, m. 72), Rashford (McTominay, m. 92); Martial (Anthony, d. 46). Manager: Eric ten Hag.

Manchester United: Ederson; Walker, Akanji, Ake, I cancel; De Bruyne, Rodri, Bernardo Silva; Mahrez, Haaland, Foden (Grealish, d. 57). Coach: Pep Guardiola.

Goals: 0-1 (m. 60), Grealish; 1-1 (d. 78), Bruno; 2-1 (m 82), Rashford.

Cards: Eriksen, Fred, Casemiro.

Stadium: Old Trafford