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Live Reporting

Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    Right, it's time to bring this live text to an end.

    What an enthralling day of action. Chelsea were excellent, United too.

    Many thanks for your company.

    Don't forget we're back on Monday with coverage of Aston Villa's visit to Leicester from around 18:30 GMT.

    Bye for now.

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    City do not have long to dwell on this defeat.

    They are back in action on Wednesday when they host Arsenal in a rearranged Premier League game (19:30 GMT).

    Lose that one and Liverpool will be one win from the title.

  3. 'We believe we can push on'

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    Manchester United

    Man Utd captain Harry Maguire, speaking to Sky Sports: "Defensively we were solid and it should have been more than 1-0 in the first half.

    "In the second half we dug in deep, defended well as a team and deserved the three points.

    "Winning games brings belief. We believe we can push on from this. With the ball we can do better.

    "You can see what Bruno has brought since he has come in. He has a big personality and he has an aura about him."

  4. Pep's satisfied

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    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport at Old Trafford

    I don't think Pep Guardiola appreciated me asking if Manchester City had a problem with motivation.

    He blew his cheeks out, rubbed his head and said this: "I am satisfied by the way we played.

    "I can tell you don't think so by the tone of your question but it is not a lack of motivation or concentration. When I don't like it I will tell you."

  5. 'We need to keep going'

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    Manchester United

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

    More from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "With all the clean sheets we have been getting it's impressive, we are getting better.

    "With Brandon Williams and Aaron Wan-Bissaka on the flanks we looked aggressive as a 3-5-2, but in the second half we were made to look more like a 5-4-1. City are so good on the ball, but we kept them at bay.

    "At any moment they could score so I was always looking for a second goal. We had three chances to square with only the goalkeeper to beat. That's one thing to improve - our decision-making - but we are learning.

    "It's a privilege to be their manager. They give absolutely everything. They know they are all good players but they want to learn as well.

    "We feel we are improving as a squad and a team. We feel the fans want us to do well and they see what we are doing, so it is getting better and better.

    "But we are still fifth. We need points to catch Chelsea and Leicester, so need to keep plugging away."

  6. Pep backs Ederson

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    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport at Old Trafford

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has refused to criticise goalkeeper Ederson, who was at fault for both United goals at Old Trafford.

    "He is an extraordinary keeper," Guardiola said. "Next time he will do better. Sometimes it happens."

  7. 'A very bad performance'

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    Manchester City

    Manchester City's Bernardo Silva tells BBC Sport: "A very bad day for us, it is always a special game even though we are not going for the title. It is a special game for our fans and us and we need to do better. It is not acceptable to play this way and lose like this.

    "We started well but everything changed after the goal, a very bad performance in my opinion.

    "Possession is important in a way but does not dictate if you play well or not. We did not control the game as we should have and maybe from the perspective of people watching the game, we had more possession but they had the more clear chances. A bad performance.

    "I don't think it will affect performances in the Champions League.

    "It is not acceptable to come here and lose 2-0."

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    Bernardo Silva says this defeat will not have any bearing on City's Champions League ambitions. City lead Real Madrid 2-1 ahead of their last-16 second leg tie at Etihad Stadium on 17 March.

  9. 'Fantastic result'

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    Manchester United

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, speaking to Sky Sports: "The desire, attitude, commitment, connection between fans and players pleased me most.

    At times we pressed them, pushed them back, we tried to be aggressive.

    "We made them make mistakes and we are happy with the result.

    Anthony and Bruno have hit if off. It is a privilege to be a manager of a squad with this attitude. You can't ask for more. They are going to improve as players as well.

    "Those little things will come but it is a privilege and they want to listen to advice. For our players to beat a team like Manchester City is fantastic, I am delighted for them."

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    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is beaming. He's just told TV it is "a privilege to be manager of a squad with this attitude".

    More from the United boss coming up.

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    This win lifts United back into fifth spot - five points behind third-placed Leicester who play Aston Villa on Monday.

    United to finish above Leicester anyone?

  13. 'Maguire telepathic'

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    Dion Dublin

    Former Aston Villa & Man Utd striker on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Harry Maguire seems to be telepathic, knowing where the ball is going to be to head it out of danger. A real captain's performance yet again.

  14. 'We played good'

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    Manchester City

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, speaking to Sky Sports: "We played good. We conceded a goal and should have avoided it, but in the second half we played good as well.

    So congratulations to Manchester United. The quality of the opponent always count.

    "We played good. Yes, we could have played better if we win 5-0.

    On Ederson's performance after mistakes: "He saved one or two, he's an exceptional goalkeeper. I don't come to judge my players, mistakes are part of the game. He will recover and is an exceptional goalkeeper."

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    Guardiola has just done another interview with Sky Sports and again says his side "played good". Hmmmm.

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    Manchester United

    Anthony Martial became the first Manchester United player to score home and away against Manchester City in the same Premier League campaign since Cristiano Ronaldo in 2006-07.

  17. 'We did well'

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    Manchester City

    Pep Guardiola, speaking to BBC Sport: "We played good, we missed a little in the final third but the second half was better and it was a good performance.

    "We play the same way, tried the press and defend well and we did well.

    "Our game is there, we played really good in terms of coming here. They wait and did long balls on the counter-attack for Daniel James and Anthony Martial.

    "We did our game but unfortunately we conceded a goal. They waited for our mistakes.

    "Kevin de Bruyne is getting better, I don't know when he will come back but he is getting better."

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    Pep Guardiola is doing TV. If looks could kill...

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    Manchester City have lost seven Premier League games this season. One more than Wolves and Arsenal.

  20. 'Not acceptable'

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    Manchester City

    Manchester City's Bernardo Silva, speaking to Sky Sports: "It was a bad game for us. Not acceptable. We didn’t start badly and were playing quite well until we conceded.

    "We know how good the Manchester United players are on the counter-attack, very aggressive. So our performance was not acceptable.

    "We will have to watch the game back and listen to what Pep has to say. But a team like ours cannot lose this many games. We need to check what’s not going right and try not to make so many mistakes."