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08 February 2018, 09:24 | Pamela Mathis
Manchester United were made to work for three points against Huddersfield
"Nobody is complaining about the way we played", said De Bruyne.
Chile global Alexis Sanchez, lured away from Arsenal during the January transfer window, scored Manchester United's second of the game to open his account for his new club and also made three key passes for his team in their 2-0 win over Huddersfield.
"In the second-half I decided to make a change and bring (Marouane) Fellaini with different qualities than him, to try to be stronger in midfield with Fellaini and (Nemanja) Matic because I wanted Alexis to play as a second striker with (Romelu) Lukaku".
They rode their luck at times, and perhaps Manchester City became complacent in the second half, but they battled hard and executed their game plan perfectly, growing into the game in the second half and deserving a draw in the end. It's little surprise the Belgium worldwide was looking forward to the three days off that Guardiola gave his players.
If the Gunners lose to Tottenham and City they can forget about the top four and concentrate on trying to win the Europa League to get themselves back in the Champions League. "I'm going away, it doesn't matter where!"
"But we played, in general, an outstanding performance".
Town captain Tommy Smith puts pressure on Alexis Sanchez
Burnley showed great character and organisation in their defending from the start but, when they made an error, City punished it clinically.
I just feel like the opportunity has been missed again to promote the wonderful youth-team that Man City have got. "I could have called one of the second team but they played their match on Friday and they wouldn't have got on the pitch ahead of Yaya (Toure) or (Oleksandr) Zinchenko so we decided not to use them". He was constantly unsafe from set-pieces, and ghosted in at the back post and. The Brazilian picked his spot and delivered a superb shot beyond Nick Pope.
It seemed odd as the experience gained of mixing with Sergio Aguero and Kevin de Bruyne would surely have been invaluable.
Burnley retained a threat on the break and nearly snatched an equalizer when Aaron Lennon's thunderous shot was touched onto the post by Ederson.
With a thumping Danilo effort giving City a 1-0 lead on 22 minutes, Sterling should have secured the three points when he raced onto a Kyle Walker cutback on 71 minutes only to somehow knock the ball wide from three yards.
Burnley's defence would not yield and the hosts grew in threat in the latter stages.
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