"Terima kasih MU yg telah mengajar bangsa Indonesia betapa ngalah itu mulia. Makin banyak di antara bangsa ini yg gak mau ngalah. Peristiwa semalam menyentak kami utk turnback kesombongan menuju thn politik. Tujuan hidup adalah khusnul khotimah. Bukan fatamorgana kemenangan sesaat... by: @diseduh
EPL FT: Manchester United 1 Manchester City 2.
MUFC Scorers: Rashford 45+2
MCFC Scorers: Silva 43, Otamendi 54
Manchester United slipped 11 points behind Manchester City in the race for the Premier League title after agonisingly losing 2-1 in a fiery derby at Old Trafford.
This was a match in which records were inevitably set to be broken one way or another. United were looking to set a new club standard of 41 home matches unbeaten in all competitions - a sequence which ironically began after a 2-1 defeat against City in last season's first derby. The Blues, meanwhile, came into this game unbeaten away from home all season and were looking to break the record for successive Premier League wins in a single season.
David Silva put the visitors ahead shortly before half-time following a corner, before Marcus Rashford levelled matters just four minutes later, capitalising on Fabian Delph's mistake in first-half injury time. Nicolas Otamendi grabbed the bragging rights for City nine minutes into the second half as he poked home after the ball fell fortunately to him after a Kevin De Bruyne free-kick was only cleared into his path. The heroic Ederson denied Romelu Lukaku and Juan Mata with a stunning double save late on as City hung on for the win.
United may have lost but the Premier League is far from over, United will overcome this defeat and come back stronger!! Thanks for UK EPL TV crew and Neil Humphreys for the interviews and watch the Manchester Derby with us @SandBank_Singapore! Thanks to the #MUFC supporters for coming for the match as well! See you all again!! GGMU!