Man Utd's Aaron Wan-Bissaka bottled out of a 50/50 during 2-0 defeat to Man City

Aaron Wan-Bissaka was far from at his best v Man City...

Manchester United were comprehensively beaten by noisy neighbours Manchester City on Saturday afternoon.

Pep Guardiola‘s side were the dominant force at Old Trafford, the Premier League champions strolling to a 2-0 victory.

An own-goal from Eric Bailly – who was hooked at half-time – got the ball rolling for City and just before the break, Bernardo Silva grabbed a second for the visitors.

United’s defending for the Portuguese playmaker’s goal was laughable, with Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw both ball-watching and allowing Silva to tap home from close-range.

City went into cruise control in the second half and they still could have extended their advantage on a number of occasions.

On the day, Guardiola’s men were simply better and hungrier, the latter summed up in one moment involving Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

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During the second half, the United right-back prompted the loudest boo heard around Old Trafford all day when he inexplicably bottled a 50/50 near the City penalty box.

Fans will accept being dominated by a far superior team, but they will never let players pulling out of tackles slide.

Take a look at footage of the incident here…

Video: Wan-Bissaka bottles a 50/50

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Sorry Aaron, but that’s just simply not acceptable.

“That’s the largest boo we’ve seen in-game,” United legend Gary Neville said on commentary with regards to the incident and he was bang on the money.

If you want to get a foothold in a derby when you’re the weaker side on paper, you have to give 110% for the entire 90 minutes, which Wan-Bissaka certainly did not do.

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He’s flattered to deceive in a United shirt for quite some time now, with his inability to be effective in attacking areas becoming a rather sizeable issue for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

To make matters worse, Wan-Bissaka is also struggling defensively right now and was caught out position a number of times against City.

The problems continue to mount for Solskjaer and the fact he was taught a footballing lesson by Guardiola on Saturday may be the final straw for those above him.

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