The Delighted and The Devestated

A Manchester derby can never end quietly. Two teams with new managers made a racket out of their weekend match and one club came out the loudest.

Manchester City took an early lead against United when De Bruyne netted a goal in the 15th minute. Then, just over 15 minutes later, Iheanacho doubled the scoreline! The absence of Aguero clearly failed to hinder City’s outstanding performance!

Although City were quick to make a name for themselves at Old Trafford, the Reds did not go unannounced. Ibrahimovic netted a goal for United in the 42nd minute. Sadly, no other goals followed.

So, in order to make some more noise, Mourinho lambasted his players after the match and condemned the referee for not sending off the City goalkeeper and awarding his team the penalty he thought they deserved. We can’t always get what we want in life. This applies to football too, Mourinho.

The Derby ended with the Blues beaming and the Reds rusting. Manchester City may have been speechless over their rewarding victor; however, Manchester United have been silenced.

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