An own-goal from Eric Bailly and one goal from Bernardo Silva saw Man City beat Man United in the Manchester Derby 0-2 to move second on the table, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The first half of the encounter between both Manchester clubs was very entertaining with the Cityzens getting the better of the Red Devils.
It didn’t take long before Man City scored the opening goal in the 7th minute after an error forced Eric Bailly to put the ball inside his net to give the visitors a 0-1 advantage.
Man United looked disorganized as the game progressed with Cristiano Ronaldo trying to make things happen with his effort unable to make things happen for the home side.
The game progressed with nothing else coming as they approached the final five minutes left to be played in the first half of the encounter which the scoreline was still 0-1.
A late finish from Bernardo Silva in the first half saw the away side extending their lead to 0-2 after the Portuguese slotted in to increase the advantage.
The first half of the encounter ended with Man United 0-2 Man City as they both headed inside for the break after a good 45 minutes of football.
Second Half Report
The second half started nicely with both teams pushing forward in an attempt to change the scoreline which ended in the first 45 minutes with 0-2.
Things were looking evenly balanced in the Manchester Derby which sees more opportunities being created but nothing could happen as the Red Devils continue to struggle.
Man City looked very good in everything they were doing as they continued holding onto their lead which remained 0-2 as the encounter progressed further at Old Trafford.
The game entered the last final few minutes of play which nothing was able to happen with a call for penalty overlooked by the referee for the City side.
The encounter came to an end with Man United losing another game as Man City claimed a 0-2 victory to get all three points in the Manchester Derby.
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