Manchester City dominated the Manchester derby against United at Old Trafford to move second on the table.

Let’s not act all surprised here. Most of us expected that Manchester United were gonna fumble at home again and they did. For Manchester United, it’s really not about winning a derby or any other tough match. It’s about a working structure, and there is no better time to reevaluate everything than during the International break?

If Manchester United had won against City earlier today, things will calm down and everyone at the club would believe that they are on the right track.-thank you Manchester City.

No team likes losing, especially against your City rival, but the way Manchester City dominated the Red Devils at home should put things in perspective for the United Hierarchy.

United v City Match Report

Two First-half goals were enough for Manchester City to pick up three points at Old Trafford.

An own goal from Eric Bailly put the visitors ahead in the early stages of the contest before Bernardo Silva added a second on the stroke of half-time. Manchester City could have added to the scoreline but were denied by David de Gea and the post when Phil Foden clipped an effort off the frame.

Two Weeks To Change Everything

Manchester United now have full two weeks to think about everything. Two weeks is a very long time in football, just as Tottenham fans.

It is clear that most United fans want Solskjaer to leave the club. This two-week international break could change Manchester United’s season if they use it well.

It is the perfect time to sack managers and employ new ones. After this break, it’s non-stop club football till March.

Antonio Conte who was the first choice to replace Solskjaer is now off the market after he signed for Tottenham this week. Manchester United will have to look elsewhere, but no matter what they choose to do, November could shape how Manchester United’s 2021/22 season will go.

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