#MCIMUN: 5 Talking Points from Manchester City 4-1 Manchester United

The Manchester Derby is one of the most talked-about and watched derbies around the world among football fans.

Manchester City

Manchester City were heading into the game with eyes focused on increasing their points on Liverpool who are placed in the second position of the league table. The Red Devils were looking to book take charge of their place in the top-four place on the league table.

Notjustok has decided to highlight the five talking points from the game at the Etihad Stadium.

(1) Kevin De Bruyne:

The Belgian was in fantastic form from the blast of the whistle as he found the back of the net in the first five minutes of the game. He also found himself in the right place for the second goal after the following up from a save from De Gea. He also scored his 50th Premier League goal on the Manchester Derby day.

(2) Jadon Sancho:

The English player has found his form under the interim manager, Ralf Rangnick. The forward player scored a brilliant goal to bring United back into the game after he connected to a pass from Paul Pogba.

(3) Manchester City's Style of Play:

Pep Guardiola has mastered his way around the Manchester City team, they play with the same intensity every game which makes it difficult for oppositions to stop them on the pitch of play.

(4) Premier League Title:

This season's Premier League title will go down to the wire between both Manchester City and Liverpool. The Cityzens are six points ahead of the Reds with a game in hand over the Merseyside club. Both clubs have decided to get to business against their oppositions, leaving their fate of winning the title to when both clubs meet at the Etihad Stadium in the first week of April.

(5) Manchester United's Champions League Hope:

Manchester United fans might have to watch their team in the Europa League next season following their poor performance in the league under Ralf Rangnick. The Red Devils have failed to get themselves consecutive victories in the league. Arsenal currently occupy the fourth place with games in hand over Manchester United in fifth place.



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