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Man Utd game was the game of our lives - Foden

Sat 06 November 2021 | 16:20

The English star is very satisfied with his team's performance against the Red Devils.

Manchester City

star Phil Foden claimed after his side's 2-0 win over Manchester United that they played one of the best games of their lives.

City played against the Red Devils in Old Trafford today and were able to take a two-goal lead before the end of the first half. Eric Bailly scored the first goal and Bernardo Silva scored the second to give Manchester City three points. United only touched the ball 4 times in the opponent's box, which is their weakest record since the start of data collection by Opta from the 2008-09 season. Manchester City, on the other hand, had 753 complete passes, which is the best performance of Premier League teams against Manchester United since the 2003-04 season. After the game, Foden praised his team's performance.

"We had the game of our lives today. Everything went right, with a lot of possession and chances. We dominated from start to finish,"

Foden told Sky Sports.

"I'm really pleased. We picked the right moments when in possession to hurt them. We knew we could exploit the space in behind and we picked the right times to do it. 

"My team-mates found me a few times in behind and on another day I could have finished the chances. We got in at half-time and said we had to keep up the possession game and I thought we did that really well.

"It gives us massive confidence going into the international break – it was important to get the win before that. It was very important to get back to winning ways."

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