Gary Neville sends exciting message to Man United about Jose Mourinho progress

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With just five games into the season, the mind games have begun and Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera believes all of the pressure in the Premier League title race is on Manchester City after they spent heavily following a trophyless campaign last term.

The two Manchester giants are now joint-top of the early-season standings and they have an identical record after the opening five matches of the campaign. "We will try to be there as well, we have quality as well, and we will fight for every title". United at times continue to steer that slippery chicane which swings between sublime and sorry, and a close observer would have noticed passages of play in the games they've played this season, where the team seems to lack that extra bit of concentration.

Both City and United have made fantastic starts to the season, but can Jose Mourinho's side and Pep Guardiola's men remain unbeaten until December?

The scoreline flattered Manchester United, but a 4-0 win in a match where they were without the injured Paul Pogba sends an ominous warning to the rest of the Premier League. But I think because of the money they have spent they are the favorites.

Manchester City whitewashed Watford 6-0 on Saturday away at the Vicarage Road with Sergio Aguero netting his first hattrick of the season.

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So it may surprise you to learn that this is actually Man City's WORST start to a Premier League season since 2014.

While City are fluid, United are rugged.

Despite wrapping that game up with another goal, City didn't quite look a team that would have opposing sides quaking in the tunnel before the first whistle. But even if it does, you just can't help but feel that others will chip in with goals because this City team is replete with goal scorers across the park.

Will United miss Paul Pogba over the coming weeks?

Bent said: "That's when we're going to find out how good they really are". After that we killed the game in the last minutes'. However, rivals Manchester United strolled to a comfortable 4-0 victory against Ronald Koeman's Everton and are levelled on points at the summit of the Premier League table.

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