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How Manchester City's lack of motivation played into their defeat vs. Manchester United | ESPN FC

ESPN FC’s Frank Leboeuf, Alejandro Moreno and Shaka Hislop break down where it went wrong for Man City in their defeat vs. Man United. Hislop expresses his disappointment with Man City saying he “expected much more” from them but ultimately understands their focus may be elsewhere with Liverpool running away with the Premier League.

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43 Responses

  1. Anthony Okpala

    I don't understand these ESPN pundits, so City didn't do so well because KDB was not available but they don't believe Tottenham is playing badly because Son, Kane, Sissoko, and Bergwin are unavailable. That's just pure hate for Jose

  2. Venkatesh G

    You lot obviously hate ManU and their players. It's widely accepted among your viewers now. I am a Real Madrid fan and since I don't get to watch all English games I make a habit of watching ESPN and Sky Sports analysis. I can easily say that you dislike ManU. Had DDG made those three big mistakes then you would have skinned him on this show for weeks.

  3. cvarikos

    But again if City had to win this game .. would they have? Lets be honest, City's priorities are the cups now … they are. Pep is smart enough not to buy into the media hype around the fixture, he has bigger fish to fry.

  4. Matt Tully

    De Bruyne played in the reverse fixture at the etihad and couldnt do much to stop that loss, difference was united had rashford. he loves to score important goals in big games. more of a loss for united than de bruyne for city.

  5. Tornado Lad

    Seriously the biggest pistoff thing with the derby was fernandes simulation he should have got a red card for simulation

  6. CrazyBiird

    No mention on how wrong they predicted this game? They laughed at the possibility of ManU wining just a day before. At least have the courage to address that.

  7. BGr

    And they have been winning like this without your so-called world class Pogba.
    Replaced the negative energy in the dressing-room with Fernandes quality and composure, et voilà.
    Had Ole gotten what he wanted during the summer transfer (Fernandes) Man Utd might well be higher up in the table.
    But Poch is available……..ummmm Poch.

  8. wrightEni

    This Moreno guy is actually retarded. Was saying with the utmost confidence just a couple hours ago that united had no chance. Now he feels stupid eating his words.

  9. Dj JohnnyGee

    Alejandro Moreno full of SHIT…I remember he said man utd has no chance even against the worse Man City's team now he is on the other side hahaha Man Utd always prove you wrong

  10. James Ukonu

    I've been waiting for Steve Nicol's reactions… Has he suddenly gone hiding! I really wanna hear his opinion on the Man Utd win!

  11. J Masca

    No Premier League title this season, no Champions League next season, City are complacent. Credit for United that is looking like they’ll snatch that CL spot!

  12. Sreelatha Nair

    ESPN pudits should appreciate what United did in match by pressurizing city winning the ball. Before the match ESPN pundits say that city will smash United The scoreline says who were smashed.

  13. Sreelatha Nair

    Everyone is saying that United have changed and are looking a better side but Stive Nicole is always against and criticizing manunited. Would he saying the same thing when Sir Alex was there????

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