English Premier League

Man United vs Man City 2021-22 English Premier League

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  • 7': Eric Bailly (OG)
  • 45': Bernardo Silva

Man United taken apart at home again by Man City

Manchester United were easily beaten at Old Trafford in the local derby as Manchester City ran out 2-0 winners on Saturday.

Match Commentary

  • 0': First Half begins.
  • 7': Own Goal by Eric Bailly, Manchester United. Manchester United 0, Manchester City 1.
  • 45': Goal! Manchester United 0, Manchester City 2. Bernardo Silva (Manchester City) left footed shot from the right side of the six yard box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by João Cancelo with a cross.
  • 45'+2': First Half ends, Manchester United 0, Manchester City 2.
  • 45': Substitution, Manchester United. Jadon Sancho replaces Eric Bailly.
  • 48': João Cancelo (Manchester City) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
  • 58': Bernardo Silva (Manchester City) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
  • 67': Substitution, Manchester United. Marcus Rashford replaces Mason Greenwood.
  • 73': Substitution, Manchester United. Alex Telles replaces Luke Shaw because of an injury.
  • 80': Substitution, Manchester United. Donny van de Beek replaces Fred.
  • 90': Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
  • 90'+5': Second Half ends, Manchester United 0, Manchester City 2.

Game Information

Competition: English Premier League

Venue: Old Trafford
Location: Manchester, England
Attendance: 73,086

English Premier League Standings

POS TEAM GP GD PTS
+38 Liverpool 26 60 2
+33 Manchester City 26 59 3
+39 Arsenal 26 58 4
+21 Aston Villa 26 52 6
Full Table

Statistics

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12 Fouls 9
2 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
1 Offsides 4
9 Corner Kicks 1
1 Saves 5
67.4 Possession 32.6
16 SHOTS 5
5 ON GOAL 1
0.3 On Target % 0.2
0 Penalty Goals 0
0 Penalty Kicks Taken 0
762 Accurate Passes 326
832 Passes 400
0.9 Pass Completion % 0.8
3 Accurate Crosses 2
19 Crosses 9
0.2 Cross % 0.2
49 Long Balls 42
39 Accurate Long Balls 17
0.8 Long Balls % 0.4
4 Blocked Shots 1
6 Effective Tackles 11
12 Tackles 18
0.5 Tackle % 0.6
6 Interceptions 6
5 Effective Clearances 22
5 Clearances 22

Line-Ups

MAN Manchester United (3-5-2)

No. Name
1 David de Gea (GK)
2 Victor Lindelöf
5 Harry Maguire
3 Eric Bailly
17 Fred
18 Bruno Fernandes
39 Scott McTominay
23 Luke Shaw
29 Aaron Wan-Bissaka
7 Cristiano Ronaldo Yellow Card
11 Mason Greenwood

MNC Manchester City (4-3-3)

No. Name
31 Ederson (GK)
3 Rúben Dias
5 John Stones
27 João Cancelo
2 Kyle Walker
16 Rodri
8 Ilkay Gündogan
17 Kevin De Bruyne
20 Bernardo Silva
47 Phil Foden
9 Gabriel Jesus

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