City Sued Eventually Rise

City Sued Eventually Rise

City Sued Eventually Rise

Manchester – Manchester City’s negative trend continued after their defeat in the Manchester derby. City are now only have one option to not getting battered: rise.

City defeated by a score of 2-4 on Manchester United in the Premier League match at Old Trafford on Sunday (12/04/2015). Kun Aguero two goals not enough to win the Citizens for MU make four goals by Ashley Young, Marouane Fellaini, Juan Mata, and Chris Smalling.

For the City, it is the fourth defeat in their last six matches in the league. City status was changed from a strong candidate to be just another hunter champion Champions League ticket.

City currently sit in fourth place with points 61. If Liverpool beat Newcastle United on Monday (04/13/2015), then Liverpool will go up to the fifth position and just within four points of the City.

In the next two games, the City will be playing at home and against West Ham United and Aston Villa. City expected to rise in the game match.

“Win. That’s the only way,” said City manager Manuel Pellegrini, in Soccerway.

“We must try to win the next game. We still have to play six times longer,” said Pellegrini.

“We have 18 points to be fought, so we should not dramatize anything at this time because now we have to undergo two home games,” he added.

“We must try to rise from this defeat as soon as possible and try to win the next game,” said Pellegrini.