Date: 21st July 2017 at 3:42pm
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The very first Manchester derby to be played overseas didn’t exactly bode well, especially if you are a Blue.

The 67,401 NRG Stadium, Houston spectators witnessed United’s newbie, Romelu Lukaku score 37 minutes into the first half. Two minutes later Marcus Rashford put the game to bed.

Both Pep and Maureen shuffled their player pack around as much as they might do if they were sat at a poker table. You’ll see what I mean if you view the stats.

Match Stats can be found here.





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