Manchester city are set to welcome their rivals United at Etihad in this Sunday Premier League fixture. The red's have already in this season won against Liverpool in 2-1 scoreline. And against Arsenal in a 3-1 scoreline in huge boost to Erik ten Hag.
Meanwhile Manchester City pose a different and tough fixture especially with summer signing Erling Haaland. Having already scored 11 goals in the Premier League. But previously Lisandro Martinez had managed to silence Erling Haaland while playing for Ajax and BVB respectively.
When Ajax managed a 4-0 and 3-1 scores in both matches in a Champions League group stage fixtures in last season. Erling didn't score for BVB and that showed how Lisandro. Could be encouraged to keep the Norwegian international silent even at City now.
According to Varane, "The rivalry is mainly from the supporters, it's important for them and we respect that. We want to make them happy, so we want to fight and win against teams like (Manchester) City and Liverpool. You have to feel what the fans want from you and what they want. it's very important. "United defender said in an interview transcribed by L'Equipe as per the report by Daily Mail.
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