Jose Mourinho Knows What He's Doing With Fred, Man Utd Legend Insists

Jose Mourinho Knows What He's Doing With Fred, Man Utd Legend Insists

Guardiola said: "He is going to try to do the best job, like we try as managers and football players".

David Silva and Sergio Aguero handed the hosts a two-goal buffer before Anthony Martial's second-half penalty gave the visitors hope. They were a much better team on the day.

"This is good for them and good for the team because when you have two centre-backs playing so well they give confidence to the rest of the team and the guys upfront feel that and they do an fantastic job with the ball".

It was a brilliantly constructed goal that is likely to go down as one of the greatest in Manchester derby history. So Kun [Aguero] scored and then Gundogan and it was ideal.

Ilkay Gundogan scored City's third, sidefooting home to finish off a remarkable 44-pass move that left United chasing shadows. A striker can miss three or four chances and still score the fifth.

Jose Mourinho has revealed why Manchester United's game plan fell apart against fierce rivals Manchester City.

"I don't know. So the people know, he is from Manchester but the people knows the team he supports?"

However, to make sure that changes, Jose Mourinho and Manchester United are reportedly still very interested in signing world cup victor Jerome Boateng, especially with Bayern Munich looking to sell their best players.

Black Caps crushed by Pakistan in second ODI
Sarfraz fell for 13 but Mohammad Hafeez hit the winning boundary to finish with 27 not out. "Today we were certainly outplayed". At the end of 20 overs, New Zealand were 82 for 4 and finding it extremely hard to score freely against the slow bowlers.

Pep Guardiola's stylish side are now 12 points ahead of United, who languish down in eighth as Jose Mourinho struggles to find their best form.

"Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham, they have numbers to be champion".

Mourinho's side have conceded 21 goals in 12 Premier League games so far this season.

Manchester United's Juan Mata clashes with Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling towards the end of the match.

United return to action following ther worldwide break with a home game against Crystal Palace on November 24.

Virgil Van Dijk insists Liverpool remain unconcerned about what defending champions Man City are doing as there is little they can do to affect the Premier League leaders' progress.

"Is it the Manchester we used to watch?"

"It is a tough defeat to take because it is a special fixture".