BREAKING NEWS: coming live from Etihad, ” Pep Guardiola has told Manchester city that they must not sell a certain player after a “brilliant” display against Manchester United. He is the “future star” of the club, and he should be considered as a key part of man city’s plans for the future. It is believed that the player is happy at Manchester City and has no desire to leave, but there is said to be interest from other clubs. Manchester City is determined to keep the player at all cost. Pep Guardiola Tells Manchester City not to Sell ‘Future Star’ After Brilliant Display – Player a Key Part of Blues Plans”.


Former Leicester City striker Gary Lineker has praised Manchester City attacker Phil Foden for his outstanding performance in the 3-1 Premier League victory over Manchester United on Sunday (March 3). Despite falling behind to Marcus Rashford’s early goal in the eighth minute, Manchester United failed to capitalize on several opportunities to extend their lead, while Erling Haaland squandered a golden chance for an equalizer just before half-time.

However, Phil Foden restored parity for Manchester City in the 58th minute with a superb finish past United goalkeeper Andre Onana. The 23-year-old then doubled his tally ten minutes from time to put Manchester City ahead. Haaland redeemed himself with a goal in stoppage time, sealing the win for Pep Guardiola’s side and condemning Manchester United to consecutive league defeats.

Lineker lauded Foden’s remarkable progress over the years, describing him as a “stunning footballer” in a tweet following the match. Foden has now scored 18 goals across all competitions, marking his most prolific campaign for Manchester City.

Manchester City and Manchester United are experiencing contrasting seasons. While Manchester City are pursuing an unprecedented fourth consecutive Premier League title and aiming for back-to-back continental trebles, Manchester United are struggling to secure a Champions League spot.

The victory on Sunday extended Manchester City’s unbeaten run to 19 games across all competitions since their 1-0 league defeat to Aston Villa in December. They are set to face FC Copenhagen in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday (March 6), followed by a crucial Premier League encounter against leaders Liverpool four days later, which could have significant implications for the title race this season. Meanwhile, Manchester United will host Everton in their next league fixture on Saturday (March 9).

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