On Saturday November 6th, Manchester United hosted Manchester City for the 186th meeting between the two sides at Old Trafford.


Within the first 5 minutes of playing it was clear that this match would be a city dominated game and in the 7th minute the Sky-Blues launched a corner which was slotted away by the Manchester United Center-Half Eric Bailly. From then on the constant press from Manchester City which led to the second right before the break where yet again Joao Cancelo sent a cross to his fellow Portuguese Bernardo Silva who managed to slot it in a tight angle between David De Gea’s Near Post.


The City Dominated Match saw only one shot on target from Manchester United, only 32% Possession and less than half the passes Manchester City had made, poor football was the only thing visible for the many United supporters watching the match.


Following the match, a big question was raised about the Manchester United Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Is he fit for the United Manager role?


The Norwegian has had a star-studded squad filled with the likes of Ronaldo,Cavani,Greenwood,Rashford,Pogba,Sancho,Van De Beek,De Gea,Bruno and etc however he has only led them to a mediocre 6th place in the table and a humiliating 5-0 loss to Fellow-Rivals Liverpool. His tactics look as if it's just pass to Ronaldo and with losses like this ,which they can not afford to drop points on, which might cause the Reds to fall out of the Title race and even possibly Champions League Spots.


The Man of the Match was given to City’s Portuguese full-back Joao Cancelo who produced the cross which led to the O.G and the assist for Silva’s Strike. In the past 2 matches, he has produced 5 G/A which shows that he is arguably the best full-back in the league.