Published: Sun, November 11, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Bernardo Silva: Manchester City's artist at work

Bernardo Silva: Manchester City's artist at work

His second pop singled out Sergio Aguero - who was caught up in an apparent head-butting incident that saw Marouane Fellaini sent off when United played City in April past year.

United produced an arguably even more impressive comeback victory on their last visit to City in April, recovering from two goals down to win 3-2 on a day when Pep Guardiola's side would have secured the title with a win.

Romelu Lukaku and Paul Pogba have been omitted from the Manchester United starting XI for their derby clash against Manchester City this afternoon, according to reports.

What has been key to United's resurgence has been their ability to turn games around, with United coming from behind to grab points against Newcastle, Chelsea, Bournemouth and Juventus in recent weeks.

"Since the days of Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic, United have struggled to get a settled two and I'm sure as soon as Mourinho has the opportunity he will change the two he has now for different ones", said Dunne, speaking exclusively to 888sport.

'I admire because of his fantastic qualities.

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"There are little things in his game that I am not a big fan".

"Martin Atkinson told me in his opinion it's a red card but I saw Aguero in the tunnel but no broken head, no broken nose, his face is nice as always". "But in this moment I have only to think about football, and to think about football is to think about Manchester City as a football team there".

'But the numbers speak by itself, how many goals he scores - and is not about scoring goals in one season.

They meet regularly and have been spotted at restaurants in the city centre along with other players including United's Eric Bailly, Marouane Fellaini and City's Riyad Mahrez.

City have only bought three full-backs under Guardiola, but no other Premier League club has spent as much money in that position over the past three years, suggesting that they were the target of Mourinho's comments.

"Lukaku is training with the team this morning (Friday)".

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