The English premier league Derby between Manchester United and Manchester at Old Trafford has finally come to an end, with Manchester City winning Manchester United in a 0-2 win at Old Trafford.The both teams played to their very best, both the own goal from Eric Bailly at the 7th minute of the first half, gave Manchester City the early lead at Old Trafford. The second goal which came from Bernardo Silva helped secure the win for Manchester City.However, after the match, Debo macaroni released a statement in which he revealed how he felt about Manchester United's defeat against Manchester City.He stated, “Manchester United!!!! Why???? My heart is broken. All my body is paining me. I'm going through a lot right now”. The match result was not what he expected, and he is not satisfied with the outcome of the match.What do you have to say about this?
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