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Episode 27 | The Manchester Derby

Solskjaer's Man Utd roller coaster rises again to leave Guardiola's head spinningThe out-of-form Red Devils stunned the Premier League leaders to claim a 2-0 victory on derby day at the Etihad StadiumWatching Manchester United under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is like being on a roller coaster - just when you think you know what's coming, an unexpected drop or climb shakes you to your core.Just ask Pep Guardiola.Bruno Fernandes stepped up to net his 16th goal of the season, and within the first five minutes Luke Shaw should have made it 2-0, only to shoot straight at Ederson when well placed.Having fallen behind for the first time in 20 games, City looked shellshocked, making uncharacteristic mistakes both in and out of possession, with usual talisman Kevin De Bruyne particularly culpable in giving the ball away.The oft-criticised centre-back pairing of Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof looked in formidable form, with stand-in goalkeeper Dean Henderson exuding confidence behind them in a performance that will lead to further questions regarding the future of David de Gea.Shaw is a totally transformed player from the one that would regularly be singled out for criticism by ex-United boss Jose Mourinho, with his attacking output having improved greatly over the course of what is turning into a superb campaign.Martial's performance summed up United's whole display, taking advantage of below-par City team to close the gap on the leaders to 11 points.
Solskjaer's Man Utd roller coaster rises again to leave Guardiola's head spinningThe out-of-form Red Devils stunned the Premier League leaders to claim a 2-0 victory on derby day at the Etihad StadiumWatching Manchester United under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is like being on a roller coaster - just when you think you know what's coming, an unexpected drop or climb shakes you to your core.Just ask Pep Guardiola.Bruno Fernandes stepped up to net his 16th goal of the season, and within the first five minutes Luke Shaw should have made it 2-0, only to shoot straight at Ederson when well placed.Having fallen behind for the first time in 20 games, City looked shellshocked, making uncharacteristic mistakes both in and out of possession, with usual talisman Kevin De Bruyne particularly culpable in giving the ball away.The oft-criticised centre-back pairing of Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof looked in formidable form, with stand-in goalkeeper Dean Henderson exuding confidence behind them in a performance that will lead to further questions regarding the future of David de Gea.Shaw is a totally transformed player from the one that would regularly be singled out for criticism by ex-United boss Jose Mourinho, with his attacking output having improved greatly over the course of what is turning into a superb campaign.Martial's performance summed up United's whole display, taking advantage of below-par City team to close the gap on the leaders to 11 points. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Episode 27 | The Manchester Derby
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