BREAKING NEWS:” I gave him important instructions to avoid more goal and he didn’t adhere to I told him. He was busy confusing his teammates. He is the only one to blame”-Erik Ten hag has admitted flop Player is to blame for Manchester United’s Terrible loss today against Manchester City “🗣The fans loves him but starting him is a risk. We have all seen it today”💔 😳🙀

Manchester United’s recent Premier League struggles persisted as they suffered their second consecutive defeat, effectively dashing their hopes of securing a top-four finish, with Aston Villa now holding an 11-point advantage over them in fourth place.

The match started positively for United, with Marcus Rashford’s stunning early goal giving them the lead, a position they managed to maintain until halftime under the guidance of manager Erik ten Hag.

However, their advantage was short-lived as the hosts quickly equalized just 10 minutes into the second half, placing United under mounting pressure. Ultimately, they conceded a late winner from Phil Foden and a third goal from Erling Haaland shortly after.

Player performances varied, with goalkeeper Andre Onana standing out as one of United’s top performers, making crucial saves throughout the game and playing a significant role in their opening goal.

Diogo Dalot also delivered a commendable performance for most of the match, although his performance dipped in the final stages.

Raphael Varane impressed defensively with a solid display, although it wasn’t enough to prevent City from scoring.

Conversely, Victor Lindelof struggled in an unfamiliar left-back role, while Casemiro’s performance was relatively average compared to previous outings.

Kobbie Mainoo showed promise and adaptability, while Scott McTominay’s advanced midfield role helped stabilize United’s midfield, albeit at the expense of their attacking threat.

Alejandro Garnacho remained relatively subdued throughout the game, and Bruno Fernandes was unable to exert his usual influence due to United’s struggles to maintain possession.

While Rashford’s early goal provided a highlight, his overall performance was deemed satisfactory, albeit lacking significant impact beyond the early goal.

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