Injured Paul Pogba ruled out of France squad after missing Manchester derby

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It was a selection that gave City the green light to dominate from the opening kickoff and meant Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial were given a thankless task up front, asked to use their pace to hit City on the counter.

Manchester United finds itself nine points behind Manchester City amid an overall shaky start to the season.

Despite their late shows, the Red Devils are seven points off the top four and now sit in eighth place in the Premier League.

However, United are allowing too many goals.

"If you focus on the game, it was open for 80 minutes". Whenever they had the ball, there were huge gaps behind them and City were able to snuff out every United attack for the first hour of the game.

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Mourinho may leave it until the wire to make a decision on Pogba, and there have been suggestions that Mourinho has intentionally kept Pogba separate from the rest of the squad in an attempt to confuse Man City. "I believe in this team". "We made mistakes and were punished, but the belief and fight we showed until the end is something that we are building and we not going to give that up with one defeat".

FW Anthony Martial, 6 - United's most risky forward again, he scored the penalty to become only the seventh player to score in five consecutive league games for the club, following Eric Cantona, Dwight Yorke, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo and Robin van Persie. We're on a good run, United as well.

"For me it was more important to get three points but it's always nice to score", said Aguero.

It was put to Mourinho that United's title hopes were over because of being equidistant to the top of the table and the bottom three, but he brushed it off. "I can imagine when the result was 2-1, if we bring a fresh Fellaini on, I think they (Man City) would be in big, big trouble".

'The way the fans were supporting us, even at 2-0 down, they stayed with us and backed us throughout the game and that spurred us on'.

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