Pogba karma? 'I don't believe in that s***', says De Bruyne

Pogba karma? 'I don't believe in that s***', says De Bruyne

An 83 minute decider from Silva extends their lead to 8 points after a 2-1 victory against West Ham on Sunday.

City will make the short journey to Old Trafford on Sunday to face their arch-rivals, who are now one place behind and eight points behind them in the league.

City were the last team to win at Old Trafford, in September previous year, since when United have been unbeaten in 39 games at home in all competitions.

'He is one of the greatest we've had, David Silva.

Angelo Ogbonna put the visitors ahead on the stroke of half-time with a firm header from a corner, further underlining a growing belief that City side can be exposed at set-pieces.

'If you lose two games out of three and they win everything, they are there.

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Next up for City is the UEFA Champions League Group F clash against Shakhtar Donetsk on Wednesday before they lock horns with bitter rivals Manchester United, who are second in the English top flight.

"I don't believe in that s***", he said bluntly.

Silva was able to ghost into the right position because he knew the delivery from De Bruyne was coming.

He said: "Maybe [it is] good for me to get a little bit of rest and prepare myself for Sunday". "I didn't see everyone play, but David Silva wants the ball and plays the same way against every team". I am so pleased to see them playing that well.

"It takes more time but the late goals are evidence of them getting exhausted with the way we play, and they have to run so much". They spent a lot of money, like a lot of the big teams. "We showed much better discipline as a team and now we need to move on".