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After Man United’s defeat in the Manchester Derby, Bruno Fernandes said that “every loss deals damage to the club.”

<p>They arrived, they observed, they persevered, and in the end, they triumphed. Last night, Manchester City stunned rival Manchester United 3-1 in the Premier League, raising more concerns about United’s own team’s performance this year.</p>
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<p>As the competition for the Premier League championship heats up, City is now one point behind leaders Liverpool, while United are left stuck in sixth place after the setback severely damaged their chances of finishing in the top four and earning a Champions League berth for the next season.</p>
<p>The most crippling part of United’s defeat was that the Red Devils put on one of their most controlled performances of the season against their rivals, only to fall short in the end, despite their generally dubious performances throughout the season.</p>
<p>Bruno Fernandes, the captain and midfielder for United, put up a rather stylish display yesterday night despite having to answer concerns about his dedication to the team and consistency.</p>
<p>After the game, he spoke with the media to discuss the fallout from their defeats and to underline how crucial it is for them to get back on track this season.</p>
<p>“It causes damage to this club every time you lose a game,” Fernandes said. “We want to win the games we play, and we are aware of what this club expects of us.</p>
<p>Even if we didn’t win the three points today, there is still much work to be done. We are aware that we cannot control everything since other teams must lose in order for us to succeed, but we still have obligations.</p>
<p>Even with their valiant performance, United still has a long way to go. A mind-boggling statistic from the game last night reveals that City tried more shots (27 total) than United did for the whole duration of their possession (26%).</p>
<p>The United captain was instrumental in the first half as Marcus Rashford, with help from Fernandes, scored a magnificent goal to give the Red Devils the lead.</p>
<p>But then City’s Phil Foden emerged, totally dominating and turning the tide. He scored twice to give City the lead, and in additional time, the inevitable Erling Haaland put the last nail in the coffin.</p>
<p>The Premier League’s leaders Liverpool will take on the reigning champions City next, while Sean Dyche’s Everton will play United.</p>

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