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De Bruyne: Man City can't get complacent

12 Décembre 2017

Shearer, the Premier League's all-time leading goalscorer, told Match of the Day 2 on the back of a 2-1 defeat for United which saw more questions asked of their big-money frontman: "No one was asking these questions earlier on in the season when Lukaku was scoring 11 goals in his first 10 games".

But Guardiola won't let his side get carried away with 22 games still to play, especially with second-bottom Swansea fighting for their own survival.

United, heading into the clash were in high spirits, as they had won their last four matches in the league, but the game plan by Jose Mourinho was not the best.

City's stance on the outbreak of the incident, it is understood, is that Mourinho behaved provocatively by approaching and then entering their dressing room, which was situated in a narrow corridor along from United's. They are more than capable of doing so.

Van Gaal - who was replaced by Mourinho in 2016 despite winning the FA Cup - was also criticised for his perceived negative tactics during his time in Manchester but the 66-year-old said United are worse-off with the Portuguese boss at the helm.

United will look to bounce back from their first home defeat in 41 matches when they host Bournemouth.

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City controlled the first half, but couldn't create numerous kinds of transcendent, clocklike moments of movement and interplay that have had people wondering if this might be the Premier League's best ever team.

Goals from David Silva and Nicolas Otamendi either side of the break sealed three crucial points for City, but much of the talk in the aftermath of the Manchester derby surrounded Herrera's yellow card he received for diving inside the box in the 79th minute.

"We played football that was quite alright. You can't expect something so unpredictable as to score two in set-pieces but we were strong".

Jose Mourinho claimed it was a "clear penalty" in his post-match interview, insisting that referee Michael Oliver had made a big mistake in failing to award the Red Devils a spot-kick as they were chasing an equaliser. It really would be a sign of how far they've fallen and how little Mourinho has done if fans were willing to accept that the club from across the city are just too good for them and there's nothing they could've done about it.

"We were just not at the races - for whatever reason that is".

"I knew that last season".

De Bruyne: Man City can't get complacent