I went out of the house when Manchester City led Manchester United 2-0 at half time. It should have been 5-0 at that stage.
I returned home to discover United had fought back to win 2-3 in part thanks to Paul Pogba remembering he was a gifted footballer and could have an impact on a football match. Which begs the question, why not more often, Paul?
Credit to United players and management for turning it around in the second half. Heaven knows what was said in the dressing room at half time, but it worked. Man City . . .
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