Working for BT Sport for the City Hoffenheim game this evening, Pablo Zabaleta was in the flawless position to give his take on Jose Mourinho's team as a former Man City legend and a key part of the West Ham team which brushed aside United in such emphatic fashion.
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Mourinho must now galvanise his squad for a home clash against Newcastle on Saturday, which is a must-win game for the 13-time Premier League champions if they are to re-invigorate any sort of title challenge.
The formation and system Mourinho selected could work, but not if you instruct them to retreat and get bodies behind the ball as they did.
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"I'm pleased with the effort, the commitment, the improvement [after West Ham], but I'm not pleased of course with the result which is not a good result but is not a bad result".
And Mourinho levelled the blame squarely at the feet of local police for causing unnecessary problems for United in the build-up to the match.
"I think his mouth is probably out of control and I think he is embarrassing the club".
"I wanted a game like this", said Dybala, who has struggled for form since Ronaldo's arrival and started several games on the bench.
"He's coming out in press conferences and constantly having a go at players, he is having a go at people above him because he's not getting what he wants".
"At the moment I don't see enough of them really digging deep and saying, "right I am going to take this game by the scruff of the neck, and make something happen".