Manchester United and Manchester City closed the derby match of the 12th week in the Premier League with a 0-0 draw.
The meeting between the two hated local rivals, United and City, held at Old Trafford, ended in a draw.
The first part of the match was characterized by equal and measured play by both teams, where there were no lack of chances.
However, the cases of Raheem Sterling (20 ‘), Harry Maguire (31’) and Riyad Mahrez (35 ‘) failed to reach the target and the teams went to the break with a score of 0-0.
Even the second half was almost equal by both teams, which were kept from conceding a goal and the chances were few.
In fact, United were close to finding the back of the net in the 48th minute after the referee awarded the penalty in their favor, but the VAR canceled it out for Marcus Rashford’s offside position.
Subsequently, both teams had some lukewarm attempts, but failed to change the figures and the match ended 0-0 without goals.
After this draw, United sees itself in seventh position with 20 points, while City tenth with 19 points.
In the next game, the Red Devils travel to Sheffield United, while the Citizens wait for West Bromwich Albion. / Telegraph /