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Manchester City dominated in the first half and then went on cruise control in the second, taking all three points at Old Trafford on a Manchester United own goal and a Bernardo Silva tally.A 7th minute own goal by Manchester United’s Eric Bailly, and a Bernardo Silva goal at the stroke of halftime capped a comprehensive first-half performance by the visitors. Then City managed the second half, often controlling possession and keeping Man United at bay. The Red Devils brought on three attacking subs, but they could not affect the match, and Man United meekly succumbed to their rivals.
Watford 4-1 Manchester United Goals: King (28th), Sarr (44e), Pedro (90e + 2) and Dennis (90E + 6) For the Hornets // Van De Beek (50th) for the Red Devils
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a penalty conceded, a red cardboard, a decisive Cristiano Ronaldo, a team led all along the meeting that is struggling to pick up the score ... Manchester United is a new insipid performance, almost identical to the copies made from the beginning of the season. Completely jostled from the start of match, the Red Devils may thank David de GEA so as not to have been carried out in the first few minutes with two counters to the meter and a penalty saved (11th) after a quarter of a game. Finally, the punishment was inevitable. Joshua King First (1-0, 28th), and Ismaila Sarr then (2-0, 44E) have logically allowed the men of Ranieri to return to the locker rooms with the wind in the back.
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The revolt of the Mancunians did not wait with Van de Beek, just entered into play, coming to reduce the score (2-1, 50th). Five minutes of reaction, and then that's all. Jadon Sancho, Bruno Fernandes and Company did not show anything later. The players of Watford, perfectly lucid, then took advantage of the enormous spaces left by the men of Ole Gunnar Solskjær (reduced to ten, after a bad gesture of Harry Maguire at the 69th) to stick a third (Pedro, 3-1 , 90E + 2) and a fourth goal (Dennis, 4-1, (90E + 6) to now seventh of the Premier League.
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WATFORD (4-1-- 4-1): Foster - Kiko, Cathcart, N'Koulou (Troost-Ekong, 63rd), Masina - Sissoko - Sarr (Cucho, 68th), Louza (Pedro, 77th), Cleverley, Dennis - King. Coach: Claudio Ranieri .
Manchester United (4-2-3-1): from GEA - Shaw (Dalot, 85E), Lindelöf, Maguire, Wan-Bissaka - Matić, McTominay (Van de Beek, 46th), - Rashford (Martial, 46th) , Fernandes, Sancho (Lingard, 90th) - Ronaldo. Coach: Ole Gunnar Solskjær.
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