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Statistiques Manchester City - Manchester United en chiffres : statistique, scores des matchs, resultats, classement et historique des equipes de foot Manchester City FC et Manchester United FC City ultimately won the last six league matches to clinch the league title on goal difference – the first time a tie-breaker was used to decide the championship since 1988–89, and repeated the 1967–68 league season, when City pipped United to the title after both teams went into their final games level on points. [13], City regained their First Division status for the 1985–86 season, and hosted United at Maine Road on 14 September 1985. After the war, a stronger rivalry developed and following both teams became uncommon. The 2010–11 season featured three Manchester derbies, with one victory for United, one draw and one victory for City. With United he won a European Cup, five league titles and two FA Cups, and rebuilt the team after eight players were killed in the Munich air disaster in 1958. Sir Alex Ferguson proclaimed the 2009–10 Manchester derby at Old Trafford as "probably [...] the best derby of all time". The game finished 3–0 in favour of Newton Heath and was described by the Ashton Reporter as "a pleasant game". Three years later, in the first Old Trafford derby of the new millennium in April 2001, saw the culmination of a long-standing feud between Roy Keane and Alf-Inge Håland, which Keane received a red card for making a knee-high tackle on Håland. City won their first honour in 1904 with victory in the FA Cup and United in 1908 with the Football League First Division title. The 2009–10 season featured some tense matches, including two League Cup semi-final legs. Steve Coppell played over 300 games as a right winger for United, winning the FA Cup in 1977. [3], The first Football League meeting between the teams came in the 1894–95 season, Newton Heath beating Manchester City 5–2 at Hyde Road. United of Manchester) meet. The first derby of the 1973–74 season saw Mike Doyle and Lou Macari each receive a red card in a dour contest which finished 0–0 at Maine Road. Matches between non-first team sides representing the Manchester clubs also have an element of rivalry, with occasions when the reserve teams meet sometimes referred to as "mini-derbies". Although City finished 15th in the league this season, they did come to Old Trafford on 22 March 1986 and hold the hosts to a 2–2 draw, costing them two vital points as their title hopes continued to fade. In 1978, for Colin Bell's testimonial, players from City and United lined up side by side against a combined Liverpool and Everton team in a Manchester v Merseyside fixture. United went ahead with two early goals from Wayne Rooney, before City came back and levelled the match with goals from Yaya Touré and the equaliser from Pablo Zabaleta in the 86th minute. All four were subsequently part of the team which won United's first major trophy, the 1908 league championship. Manchester derbies in the 1970s saw two controversial incidents. United play at Old Trafford while City play at the City of Manchester Stadium, the two grounds separated by approximately 4 miles (6.4 km). The first derby of the season came at Old Trafford in mid-October with a 1–0 win for United in which Paul Scholes, still only 20, scored the only goal of the game and only a string of superb saves from United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel prevented City from gaining a surprise win. Goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel, who played for both United and City, can claim an unbeaten record in derby games – United were unbeaten during his 10 matches keeping goal for them against City, while in his single season at Maine Road, City beat United at home and picked up a point at Old Trafford. The first meeting between the two teams occurred on 12 November 1881, when St. Mark's (West Gorton) – who would later become Manchester City – hosted Newton Heath LYR – who would later become Manchester United. They led 2–0 at half-time, but two goals from Paul Pogba and one from Chris Smalling meant City had to wait to secure the title;[34] however, City's victory against Tottenham the following weekend, combined with a defeat for United against West Bromwich Albion the next day, meant City won the title with five games to play. During the 2014–15 season, City defeated United 1–0 at City of Manchester Stadium in November 2014,[27] but United won their next encounter at Old Trafford in April 2015 with a final score of 4–2, a game which City goalkeeper Joe Hart dubbed "one of my worst days in a Man City shirt". The match was played in aid of the Hyde Coal Mine disaster.[8]. United's games against Salford City have also been referred to as a "mini Manchester derby", especially since Salford's takeover by the Class of '92. (*) Charity/Community Shields includes shared honours after a drawn match, as per competition regulations prior to 1993). [54] This time both clubs treated the match as a senior fixture. The two clubs have met twice, in the 2006–07 season, with FC United winning the inaugural match 2–1 away at Bower Fold, Stalybridge, in front of 3,181 spectators. City defeated United 5–1, but this would be their last win over United for 13 years.[16]. [36], The first derbies of the 2020s came in a 2019–20 EFL Cup semi-final tie. Les cotes du match Les Citizens - Blades sont aussi disponibles selon le contexte. However, the result stood, and other results meant that United would have still been relegated if the match had ended in a United win or a draw. Vous consultez actuellement la page :Statistique Manchester City - Manchester UnitedStatistiques des matchs de Manchester City et Manchester United : afin de vous aider à parier nous affichons les derniers scores et les stats entre Manchester City FC et Manchester United FC. Robin van Persie scored from a free kick that took a deflection off of Samir Nasri in the 92nd minute, to seal the win and three points in the league. Both teams joined the Football Alliance, a short-lived rival to the Football League. [2] The pair became the dominant teams in the Manchester area; the winner of the Manchester Cup was either Newton Heath or Ardwick every year between 1888 and 1893. [21] The sides were drawn against each other in the League Cup semi-finals, meaning a further two games. Le parcours européen du Manchester City Football Club est l'histoire des participations du Manchester City Football Club aux différentes Coupes d'Europe. The Old Trafford derby on 23 October 1982 ended in a 2–2 draw, but United won the return game at Maine Road 2–1 on 5 March 1983. City won the first leg 2–1 after overturning a 1–0 deficit made by Ryan Giggs with goals from Carlos Tevez. Manchester City went on to do the double over United with a third consecutive win at Old Trafford on 25 March 2014, and won the Premier League for the second time in three seasons. United avenged their earlier defeat with a 3–0 win. All statistics exclude the abandoned match from the 1960–61 season. In the previous season Newton Heath named a reserve team for their tie against Bootle,[53] and Ardwick withdrew from their second round tie at Haliwell, opting to play a friendly against Higher Walton instead. [60] The next cup meeting was at Old Trafford in 1996, was decided by a hotly disputed penalty for United, described by The Independent as "like prosecuting someone for littering during a riot". [32] In the 2017–18 season, City won 2–1 at Old Trafford for the second year in a row on 10 December,[33] and had the chance to win the league with victory over United at the City of Manchester Stadium on 7 April. This was the first time the derby had ended without any goals since 2010. [57] Manchester United were in the Second Division, having been relegated the previous season. Les cotes du match Les Citizens - Red Devils sont aussi disponibles selon le contexte. With the establishment of a professional team in 2018, Ella Toone was the first player to make professional appearances for both clubs, having joined Manchester City from United in 2016 before returning for United's debut season. 1993–94 saw one of the finest Manchester derbies ever, when United overturned a 2–0 deficit at Maine Road to win 3–2, with Eric Cantona scoring twice. 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Roma–Manchester United F.C. Goater also had a second goal disallowed for handball, which would have handed City their first derby double over United since 1970 and their first win at Old Trafford since the "Denis Law game" of 1974. [citation needed], The first Manchester derby of the 2013–14 season was won by City 4–1 at the City of Manchester Stadium on 22 September 2013. [12], By 1982–83, however, any suggestions that City were a better side than United were silenced as United finished third in the league and won the FA Cup, while City were relegated. This was the first season since 1991–92 that City had been unbeaten by United in either of their league meetings. United went 2–0 up in the second leg via Paul Scholes and Michael Carrick before Tevez made it 2–1, levelling the tie and setting the game up for extra time. United won the return game 3–0 at Maine Road three months later. [26] During the celebrations following the late winner by Robin van Persie, Rio Ferdinand was hit by a coin thrown by a fan, causing Ferdinand to suffer an injury near his left eye. The first meeting between the clubs to take place at the highest level of English football occurred in December 1906, a 3–0 City win in a First Division match for which the gate receipts exceeded £1,000, a very large figure for the era. In 1990–91, with both Manchester clubs competing in the top half of the table but not looking like real title contenders, the Maine Road clash in October delivered a pulsating 3–3 draw, but the return match at Old Trafford in early May saw United win 1–0 and the only goal of the game came from 17-year-old winger Ryan Giggs, scoring the first senior goal of what would prove to be an illustrious and uniquely successful career. Law back-heeled the ball past goalkeeper Alex Stepney into the net. [49], A friendly match played on 20 July 2017 in Houston, Texas marked the first Manchester derby to be contested outside the United Kingdom. Off the field, he played an important role in both United's move to Old Trafford in 1910 and City's move to Maine Road in 1923. Statistics are correct as of 8 March 2020. City beat United 1–0 at the City of Manchester Stadium on 30 April 2012, with Vincent Kompany scoring a header just before the half-time whistle. [45] Manchester United has 17 outright and 4 shared titles. [22] There was also a spat between City boss Roberto Mancini and Sir Alex Ferguson after a challenge on Danny Welbeck by Nigel de Jong. The billboard provoked Alex Ferguson into claiming City were a "small club with a small mentality"[17] and subsequently called them "noisy neighbours"[18] during the season. Five semi-finals (two in the FA Cup and three in the League Cup) have been played between both clubs, but they have never met in the final of any senior competition. 1995–96 was the last season of the millennium which brought a Manchester derby, as City were relegated at the end of the season. In contrast to modern antipathy, the transfers were generally welcomed for helping a fellow Manchester club. Newton Heath joined the First Division, and Ardwick the new Second Division. [51] A Manchester derby had been scheduled to take place in Beijing, China a year earlier as part of the 2016 International Champions Cup, but was cancelled due to extreme weather conditions.[52]. [1] At this time, the clubs were just two of many fledgling sides in the Manchester area, and the fixture had no special significance. In the closing minutes of the match, United supporters invaded the pitch and forced an abandonment. The victory for United was at Old Trafford, where Wayne Rooney defined the game through a spectacular bicycle kick, this game gave United some space to overcome the rest of the season and get their 19th league title. [15], The 1980s ended on a high note for City as they won promotion back to the First Division in 1989 and were paired with United for the derby match at Maine Road on 23 September 1989, just weeks into the 1989–90 season. The return game in early April saw United win 3–2 at Maine Road, with yet another goal from Cantona, who had netted a highly controversial penalty after Uwe Rosler had put City 1–0 FA Cup fifth round two months earlier, which United went on to win 2–1. In their early years the Manchester clubs sometimes regarded the FA Cup as a low priority. [55] 29 years later City overcame United 2–0 in the Fourth Round, and again reached the final only to be runners-up. [67], Ernest Mangnall is the only man to have managed both clubs. [39], The first league derby in this decade came exactly a week after City's EFL Cup triumph. On 23 October 2011, Manchester City beat United 6–1 at Old Trafford, giving the latter their first defeat of the season. As a result, seventeen players were suspended and banned from ever representing the club again,[5] including the core of the team which had won the 1904 FA Cup. [41] Both teams have won 5–0 once (City in 1955, United in 1994). In recent years, non-competitive matches between the teams have generally been testimonials, such as those for Paul Lake and Denis Irwin. It was the first time since April 1974 that City had beaten United in the league at Old Trafford and the first time they had won both league derby games since the 1969–70 season. On 9 November 2002, City, managed by Kevin Keegan, won the last ever derby at Maine Road 3–1, with Shaun Goater scoring his 100th and 101st goals for the club, and Nicolas Anelka scoring the other. In 1974–75 United won 1–0 at Old Trafford. The first Manchester derby following the creation of the Premier League for the 1992–93 season was a 2–1 win for United at Old Trafford on 6 December 1992. After 80 minutes, with no score, Francis Lee played the ball towards former United player Denis Law who was standing with his back to goal. On the first two occasions City pipped United to the title in the last game of the season, with both teams going into their final games level on points. The majority of these occurred during the Second World War, when a total of 44 matches were played between the teams. During this period both clubs made unsuccessful attempts to gain election to the League (Newton Heath in 1889, 1890 and 1891; Ardwick in 1891). The first Manchester derby of the 2012–13 season was won by Manchester United in the dying minutes of the game. Before the Second World War, many football supporters in Manchester watched City one week and United the next. [61] Eight years later the next cup meeting was at Old Trafford in the FA Cup with United emerging victorious in an eventful 4–2 victory which saw Gary Neville sent-off for head-butting Steve McManaman.[62]. Wells electric lights were placed around the ground and a crowd of 10,000 watched Newton Heath defeat Ardwick 3–2. City won a two-legged semi-final 4–3 on aggregate, and this win went on to win the competition. [58] However, the match also saw Colin Bell suffer a knee injury that eventually led to his retirement. and F.C. [73][74][75] The game set a new FA WSL attendance record of 31,213.[76]. In 2013 United finished 11 points clear to clinch their 20th title. Voir un match de football en direct ? In response to the record viewing figures during the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup, it was announced on 8 July 2019 that the fixture will be played at the City of Manchester Stadium instead of the much smaller Academy Stadium the women's team usually plays at. [59], In the 34 years following City's triumph in 1975, only three cup fixtures occurred perhaps symbolising City's worst decline of their 130-year history. Carlos Tevez joined City in 2009 having spent the previous two seasons at United. However, in the 1990s, United dominated the fixture, going unbeaten in derbies for the full decade. The biggest victories have been to City, who have won 6–1 on two occasions in the official league (both times in the away fixture at Old Trafford); on 23 January 1926 and 23 October 2011. Cantona was on target again in the next Manchester derby in November 1994, though it was Andrei Kanchelskis who stole the show with a hat-trick in a 5–0 win. This match is the only competitive derby to have occurred while the clubs were in different divisions. Amongst the most successful clubs in England, between them they have won 92 honours: a record 66 for Manchester United and 26 for Manchester City. His final match in charge of United was a derby, which his new employers City won 1–0. United won the second derby of the season, hosted at the City of Manchester Stadium, after Marcus Rashford scored the only goal of the game at the 16-minute mark. United returned to the First Division a year later. The rest of the decade brought generally good fortunes for the two sides, as City won the League Cup in 1976 and were league runners-up a year later, while United reached three FA Cup finals in four seasons, although they had only one win in the competition.

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