Manchester is definitely red as Man United beat Man City 2-0 in the Premier League on Sunday to do the double over their crosstown rivals for the first time since the 2009-10 season.
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Anthony Martial‘s first half goal set United on their way in a tight, tense clash as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer‘s side defended superbly and kept their top four hopes alive with a gritty victory against Pep Guardiola‘s Man City. Scott McTominay sealed the win with a strike from distance amid the pouring rain in Manchester.
Here’s a look at the marks out of 10 for the players from both teams.
David De Gea: 6 – Didn’t really have much to do and what he did, he did it well. No errors this week.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka: 8 – A superb display from AWB who shut down Sterling and was a threat going forward.
Victor Lindelof: 6 – Solid enough and made several blocks when it mattered most.
Harry Maguire: 7 – Came back early from injury and his positioning was spot on. Marshalled the United defense expertly.
Luke Shaw: 7 – Put his body on the line at left center back and left back and will have impressed watching England boss Gareth Southgate. His resurgence continues.
Brandon Williams: 7 – Energetic display from the local lad as Williams got forward a lot more than usual.
Nemanja Matic: 7 – Typically combative display as his sat in front of the back five with Fred. This was his type of game.
Fred: 7 – See above, but with more energy as his consistency in the second half of the season has been sublime.
Bruno Fernandes: 8 – His moment of magic set up Martial for the opener and he was so calm on the ball and made some great runs that his United teammates didn’t see.
Daniel James: 7 – Worked his socks off out wide and had a few good looks on goal but his drought continues. Has to get his head up more in the final third.
Anthony Martial: 8 – A proper No.9’s display as he held the ball up, volleyed home the opener and did his best to be an outlet. He’s really matured this season.
Scott McTominay: 6 – Scored a lovely goal from distance to seal the win.
Eric Bailly: 6 – A few good clearances and tackles late on.
Odion Ighalo: 6 – Was only on the pitch for a few minutes but got involved.
Ederson: 4 – At fault for both goals and almost caught in possession. One of his worst displays in a Man City shirt.
Joao Cancelo: 6 – Had quality from right back but chose the wrong option when he got forward.
Fernandinho: 5 – An unusually poor display as Martial turned him inside out on several occasions.
Nicolas Otamendi: 5 – Could have given away a penalty kick and lunged in time and time again.
Oleksandr Zinchenko: 4 – A horrid display at left back. James and AWB ran rings around him. Subbed off.
Rodri: 7 – Did his best to keep City ticking over and, as always, tidy in possession.
Ilkay Gundogan: 5 – The game passed him by in midfield. Not his type of game at all.
Phil Foden: 7 – Kept trying to make things happen but maybe this underlined how much City rely on Kevin De Bruyne.
Bernardo Silva: 6 – Quiet game by his standards but some quality deliveries as per usual.
Sergio Aguero: 5 – Scored a goal which was disallowed via VAR and he looked totally off the pace of the game.
Raheem Sterling: 4 – See above. Missed a great chance in the second half and was just off, as he has been a lot recently.
Riyad Mahrez: 7 – Made a big difference off the bench down the right hand side. So much creativity.
Gabriel Jesus: 6 – Came close to scoring and so dangerous. Should have started.
Benjamin Mendy: 5 – A slight upgrade on Zinchenko at left back, but that’s not saying much.