Radamel Falcao vs Sergio Ageuro - Puma's Manchester commercial

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Manchester United's 3-1 win over Aston Villa at the weekend was a delight for fans owing to two reasons: 1) It was their fifth Premier League win in a row 2) It took them one point above rivals Manchester City.

Manuel Pellegrini's men could have moved back into second in the table with a win over Crystal Palace on Monday night, but they lost 2-1 on frustrating night in South London.

However, City's defeat was good for neutrals for one reason - the Manchester derby on Sunday. One point between the rivals and they meet at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon in what could have a huge effect on where they finish.

Puma are also getting excited about this prospect and as they own/sponsor two of the most prominent players at the respective clubs, they have decided to help get everyone all worked up ahead of the meeting through the power of social media.

Sergio Aguero and Radamel Falcao have been dragged into a studio to represent the Manchester giants and lead what looks like it will be a one-on-one match. Instagram is Puma's medium of choice, where they have posted a short version of a commercial with both players.

Ignore the fact that the German sportswear giant can't use the actual kits of the two teams so the players look a little like they are wearing market stall imitations, and the fact that Radamel Falcao is unlikely to see much action.

Concentrate instead on the passion of the fans in attendance for the Reds and Sky Blues. We expect to see a bit more of this video as the match moves ever closer. Can't Wait!

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