After a defeat by their long time rivals Manchester united in the Derby, both city players and Coach turned into "carrying babies". The game started well with Manchester united having the majority of chances during the first half with four attempts on goal with city have non. The first half ended in a draw.
Manchester City, resumed the second half with a high tempo and dominated the united side with Gerlish opening the scoring having been substituted in for Phill foden.
Moments later Manchester united equalized through Bruno Fernandes with Rashford offsides and termed to have disrupted the goal keeper and City defender for the goal. Luckily the goal stood. Three minutes later with a great efforts from Argentina 18 years old Manchester united Garnachio, Rashford tip in a cross into the net for the Red devils to take the lead. And the game ended 2-1 in favour of the Red devil's. This didn't sit well into Manchester city players and manger with City defender Akinji criticizing Rashford of disrupting the city defence for the equalizing goal having in mind that he was in an offside position. City manger PEP was as not happy with the the goal and also criticized Rashford of being offside. What do you thing of the equalizing goal... did it deserve to stand... leave your comment in the comment box.
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