Pogba: United must be ruthless against City
Paul Pogba believes Manchester United will need to be ruthless if they intend to snap Manchester City's unbeaten start to the season on Sunday.
The 175th Manchester derby takes place at Old Trafford with even more at stake than bragging rights, with City and United sitting first and second on the Premier League table respectively.
Pogba will be watching from the stands after he picked up a red card during the 3-1 win over Arsenal last weekend, but has warned the rest of his team-mates that they need to be clinical against Pep Guardiola's side.
"We need to," he told reporters when asked if United would attack the Citizens. "To win those games you need to give everything. You need to be there offensively, defensively.
"Kill the game when you have one chance because they are City and they have quality as well in front and they can kill the game at any time.
"They are first for good reason because they have been doing great at the start of the season. They keep winning and they didn't lose one game and obviously mentally they are very strong."
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