Goalposts have changed for Man Utd - ex-Man City star Bellamy

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The Reds showed their fortitude and quality this weekend as they recorded a 4-3 win over Manchester City and in the process became the first team this season to defeat Pep Guardiola'ssde in the Premier League.

"It's a very attractive city and I'm very happy here".

Capped 51 times by Argentina - including appearances at the 2010 World Cup and 2015 and 2016 Copa America tournaments - Otamendi figures to be a key piece for his national team next summer in Russian Federation.

The goalposts have been moved for Manchester United because of Manchester City's dominance and identity, insists Craig Bellamy. "I'm very happy to be staying here a couple more years".

The defender added: "For the way I have improved, I am in a really good moment, but I can still improve".

As devastatingly efficient as City's attack has proven to be at sending them clear at the top of the Premier League, credit can also be given to the likes of Otamendi at the back conceding 17 goals the second best total in the league.

"I think that now I have an important role because the central defenders have to build-up with the ball and make the team work as best as we can".

"Because the keeper has to be able to play with his feet", Silva concluded. "And he's been doing an incredible job for us". Pep has taught us how to do that. Mourinho has a problem with Pep Guardiola, and he will have that problem as a manager. Since he got here I've learned a lot and I'm still learning as I said before and I'm trying to enjoy it.

"We are in a certain timeframe where we all enjoy his football - he is mad about sport and tactics". I'm really enjoying it and I'm very grateful to him because I'm enjoying playing football.

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