2016 Schedule

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2016 Schedule
19-8-6, 4th in English Premier League
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2hPA Sport

Guardiola: What if Gabriel had stayed fit?

Pep Guardiola cannot help wondering how Manchester City's campaign might have unfolded had Gabriel Jesus and Sergio Aguero been available all year.

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1dESPN staff

Barca in Verratti talks; Man Utd eyeing Hart

Barcelona are in talks with PSG over Marco Verratti, while Man United could bring Joe Hart back to the red side of town. Transfer Talk has the latest.

Extra Time: Manchester manager grades and Real exits (4:54)
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1dJonathan Smith

Toure: United celebrating shows City's rise

Yaya Toure says the way Manchester United celebrated Thursday's 0-0 draw shows how far Manchester City have come since he joined the club.

Tunnel Cam: Manchester Derby - Via ManCity.com (12:55)
The Sweeper: Neymar's failed tekkers (1:49)
1dJonathan Smith

Bravo's season might be over - Guardiola

Claudio Bravo's season could be over after the Manchester City goalkeeper was taken off on a stretcher in the Manchester derby with a calf injury.

Prem in 90 Seconds: Fellaini's Zidane moment (2:33)
2dJonathan Smith

Fernandinho: Gabriel shone in derby cameo

Gabriel, 20, made his first appearance in 10 weeks as a late substitute against Manchester United after recovering from a broken foot.

Is Claudio Bravo's season over? (0:15)
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2dDavid Mooney

United poor, City wasteful in derby

Manchester United's tactics in the derby showed how the mighty have fallen but City need to stop being so wasteful in front of goal.

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Mourinho parks the bus in Manchester derby

Jose Mourinho parked the bus at Manchester City as Manchester United ground out a draw in the Manchester derby. Here's the tactical breakdown.

Did Aguero get Fellani sent off? (0:46)
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2dESPN staff

Trending: Fellaini head-butt overshadows derby

An otherwise dull Manchester derby saw late drama when Marouane Fellaini was sent off for head-butting Sergio Aguero. Friday's latest stories...

Guardiola: Watford game will be crucial (0:32)
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2dJonathan Smith

I didn't see Fellaini head-butt - Guardiola

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola denied accusations Sergio Aguero was to blame for Marouane Fellaini's red card in the Manchester derby.

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2dMark Ogden

Ogden: Fellaini's red hurts United

Marouane Fellaini has been a trusted lieutenant for Jose Mourinho's Man United this season. Yet his moment of madness in the derby could be costly.

Extra Time: Fellaini's fail and Jesus vs. Rashford (5:08)
Burley: United and City squabbling for crumbs (5:14)
2dSimon Curtis

Same old frustrating story for Man City

As has so often been the case this season, Man City dominated possession but failed to capitalise, frustrated by rival Man United in a scoreless draw.

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2dRob Dawson

Mourinho: Aguero embellishment led to red

Jose Mourinho says Marouane Fellaini believes had any other player did what he did to get sent off against City, they would not have received a red.

Quality was absent in Manchester derby (4:22)

2016-17 Prem Table

Tottenham Hotspur332283+4774
Manchester City331986+2865
Manchester United3317133+2664
West Bromwich Albion3412814-444
AFC Bournemouth3511816-1341
Leicester City3411716-1240
Stoke City35101015-1340
West Ham United3510916-1539
Crystal Palace3511519-1038
Hull City359719-3134
Swansea City349421-2931

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference28Tied-3rd
Goals Scored635th
Goals Conceded354th