Blog Manchester United vs Man City LIVE highlights and reaction from Manchester derby

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Man United beat Man City in the Premier League on Saturday and we’ll bring you reaction from the match in our live blog.

Kyle Walker of Manchester City battles for possession with Christian Eriksen of Manchester United (Image: Man City)

Manchester United defeated Manchester City 2-1 at Old Trafford in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon..

United suffered a heavy 6-3 defeat in the first Manchester derby of the season at the Etihad in October and that scoreline was made to look better by two late goals from Anthony Martial, who started today’s match, despite being a pre-game doubt.

Martial was ineffective in the first half, though, as both sides looked to break the deadlock. He was brought off at half-time, with Antony replacing him, but it was the visitors who drew first blood through Jack Grealish in the 58th minute.

Although City looked comfortable after taking the lead, the Old Trafford crowd urged United to respond and Bruno Fernandes found an equaliser in the 78th minute, which was incredibly followed by a goal from Marcus Rashford moments later.

United are now just one point behind City in the Premier League table.

Follow the live blog below for updates from Old Trafford.

Manuel Akanji has slammed the match officials for allowing Bruno Fernandes’ goal to stand in Manchester City’s Premier League derby defeat to Manchester United.

Leading through Jack Grealish’s second goal of the season, City were ten minutes away from completing the double over their rivals, but were pegged back in controversial fashion as Marcus Rashford was played in on goal when he was clearly offside.

Rashford continued his run, occupying Akanji, until Bruno Fernandes took over at the last minute to lift the ball over the advancing Ederson from under Rashford’s nose. As Rashford didn’t touch the ball, despite being offside, the goal was allowed to stand, and the striker scored United’s winner four minutes later.

Here’s what he said.

Guardiola is not happy with United’s equaliser.

Bruno Fernandes has revealed that he reminded his United teammates of just how much progress they have made this season ahead of their 2-1 derby day victory over Manchester City at Old Trafford.

After falling behind to Jack Grealish’s headed opener on the hour mark, United turned the game on its head inside the last quarter of an hour, courtesy of goals from Fernandes and Marcus Rashford.

The former brought the Reds level in controversial fashion after it appeared as though Rashford had interfered with play from an offside position, only for referee Stuart Attwell to allow Fernandes’ effort to stand.

Read what Fernandes said here.

Marcus Rashford’s winner was the cue for a Manchester City staff member to vacate his seat. Amid the euphoria, some United supporters noticed the crest on his tracksuit but did not let him off and goaded him as he skulked down the gangways.

Getting one over on City is what United supporters have been accustomed to for most of their supporting lives. This one will live long in the memory, a modern comeback as stirring as Maine Road in 1993 and the Etihad in 2018.

Erik ten Hag wheeled away in celebration so wildly when Rashford struck he almost ended up in the Stretford End. Scott McTominay and Lisandro Martinez, prepared to come on at 1-0 down, popped their bibs back on and mobbed Rashford at 2-1 in front of the throng of Reds. The City end was as silent as a grave, the atmosphere in their section morbid.

Read the full report here.

As the sun broke through at Old Trafford on Saturday lunchtime, the rain got heavier for Manchester City.

A Jack Grealish goal looked to have clinched City’s tenth win in their last 15 games at Old Trafford, only for a hugely controversial refereeing decision see the Blues collapse to defeat against a United side that offered little until they went behind. A game that looked to be restoring City’s brittle confidence instead saw them fold like a house of cards to make their task of defending their Premier League crown even tougher.

Action was required after the misery of the Southampton defeat, and while it came it was not enough to prevent a second successive loss.

Read the full report here.

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David de Gea

Used his feet more than his hands against a parsimonious City. Had no chance with the goal. 6

Aaron Wan-Bissaka

City ran riot against him last season but had no joy this time in what was another defensively secure performance from the right-back. 7

Raphael Varane

Tracked Erling Haaland when he dropped deep and was commanding in the aerial duels. 7

Read the full ratings here.

Ederson: A rush of blood to the head when he charged out of his goal in the first half, yet smothered well from Rashford soon after. 6

Walker: City’s best defender for much of the game, but then left his station vacant when Garnacho came on to change the game. 6

Akanji: Improved as the game went on, calm under pressure whether his head or feet were required. 7

Read the full ratings here.


That’s the full-time whistle at Old Trafford.

United win 2-1 after a shock turnaround.

90+2′ – MUN 2-1 MCISteven Railston

Rashford, Casemiro and Malacia OFF.

Maguire, Martinez and McTominay ON.

90′ – MUN 2-1 MCISteven Railston

Still time for a City goal.

86′ – MUN 2-1 MCISteven Railston

Haaland wanted a penalty but VAR checked and not given.

84′ – MUN 2-1 MCISteven Railston


Rashford scores from close range, poking it past Ederson.

Wow, the comeback is complete.

80′ – MUN 1-1 MCISteven Railston

City weren’t happy with that goal but it was the correct decision.