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A tired-looking Leicester City slumped to defeat against Watford after taking the lead against Watford thanks to a Riyad Mahrez header.

But who, if anyone, impressed on the defeat and who did not? Here are our ratings…

Kasper Schmeichel: Will feel disappointed to be beaten from such an acute angle. Rating 6/10

Aleksandar Dragovic: Made his Premier League debut at right back and found it tough. 5

Wes Morgan: As a collective City must improve their defending of set-pieces and the skipper must play his part. 6

Harry Maguire: Booked very early on and had to be careful. Can switch off at set-pieces. 6

Ben Chilwell: Caused Janmaat loads of problems in the first half with his marauding runs from full-back, but defensively had some wobbly moments. 6

Andy King: Did a composed, controlled job in midfield. 6

Wilfred Ndidi: Time and again he got his foot in to win the ball back. Combative. 6

Riyad Mahrez: Kept up his excellent scoring record at Vicarage Road. 6

Shinji Okazaki: Didn’t do a lot wrong. Had one header tipped over the bar early on. 6

Marc Albrighton: Didn’t deserve to be on the losing team. Was at the heart of everything positive about City. 7

Jamie Vardy: Had a great chance to opening the scoring but he was uncharacteristically off target. 6

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MANCHESTER, England — Three thoughts on Manchester City’s 2-1 win vs. Manchester United in the Premier League.

1. City take derby spoils, go 11 points clear

Manchester City took a huge stride toward the Premier League title by ending Manchester United’s 40-game unbeaten run at Old Trafford.

Goals from David Silva and Nicolas Otamendi, either side of Marcus Rashford’s equaliser, also secured a 14th successive league win for Pep Guardiola’s side, equalling the record previously set by Arsenal.

A late double save by City goalkeeper Ederson, to deny Romelu Lukaku and Juan Mata, ensured victory but the winning margin does not tell the story of City’s dominance over their neighbors.

For long periods, United could not get a foothold, with City retaining possession and forcing the home side to hit long, aimless balls to Lukaku. Rashford’s strike shortly before halftime gave United hope of an unlikely win but Otamendi’s goal, following a defensive mistake by Lukaku, kept them firmly in control of the game.

Having gone unbeaten in the league this season, it will now take an incredible collapse by City for the chasing pack to have any hope of catching them. And with a trip to Swansea on Wednesday, Arsenal’s record will be erased from the record books with another win.

Such is City’s form that another Gunners achievement could be under threat; Guardiola’s team are in with a genuine chance of going through a league season unbeaten, as Arsene Wenger’s “Invincibles” did in 2003-04.

2. United miss suspended Pogba as Silva stars

When Robin van Persie signed for United from Arsenal in 2012, the Dutch forward’s ability when defending set pieces impressed many at Old Trafford. He offered a reliable and disciplined presence in the six-yard box when facing corners or free kicks, proving he was about more than just scoring goals.

Almost six months into his United career, the same cannot be said of Romelu Lukaku, especially after his defensive horror show against City. The former Everton centre-forward went into this game having scored just twice in 13 games, so he is clearly not delivering in front of goal as Jose Mourinho would expect.

But when asked to do a shift at the back, Lukaku is proving just as unreliable and both of City’s goals coming from his basic lack of defensive nous.

The opener came when he allowed himself to be out-muscled and outjumped by Nicolas Otamendi, whose header gave David Silva an easy strike at goal. Then, in the second half, a lazy hack at a clearance from a free kick saw the ball bounce off the back of Chris Smalling and into Otamendi’s path, who scored from close range.

He was unable to make amends at the other end, which means two basic mistakes cost Lukaku’s team dearly; his manager may be well served by showing him clips of Van Persie defending set pieces as he has much to learn.

3. Lukaku flops at both ends

Paul Pogba’s absence was always going to be felt by United, but City’s quality truly exposed just how much Jose Mourinho’s team rely on the £90m midfielder.

United had no like-for-like replacement to fill the gap caused by Pogba’s red card against Arsenal, so Ander Herrera was selected to play in the holding role alongside Nemanja Matic. Herrera is all-energy and commitment, but he is no Pogba. Then again, neither are Marouane Fellaini, Juan Mata or Michael Carrick, so Mourinho had little choice.

Too often, though, Herrera was outsmarted by the outstanding David Silva and left chasing shadows. When he did catch up with a City shirt, Herrera would dive in and win the ball or, more often, commit a foul; his 14th-minute challenge on Nicolas Otamendi was a case in point and surprisingly didn’t result in a penalty.

Pogba’s greatest asset is his ability to stretch the game and instigate the devastating counter-attacks that proved so deadly at the Emirates, but Herrera is a destroyer rather than a creator and his limitations were highlighted time after time. City were able to dominate in midfield and maintain almost constant pressure.

For a team of United’s stature to be so reliant on one player being able to stretch the game is an indictment of their shortcomings. In January or next summer, Mourinho has to find a player who can add greater quality to the midfield in order to support Pogba and Matic.

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Joo-Ho Park has had his contract with Borussia Dortmund terminated by mutual consent.

Park joined Borussia Dortmund from 1. FSV Mainz in 2015. However the South Korean defender never really made his mark at the club. He made 11 appearances for the club but was told he was surplus to requirements by Peter Bosz at the start of the season.

He started the season with the U-23s and featured six times for them, with his last game coming on November 17 against Essen.

The 30-year old’s best and arguably only memorable moment at Dortmund came against FC Krasnodar in the Europa League on his debut in 2015, when he assisted and scored a last minute winner on his debut.

However he became a forgotten figure after that as Thomas Tuchel only used him against the lesser teams in the Europa League. Peter Bosz decided that he didn’t need Park in his team, and demoted him to the U-23S side. Park was always a model professional and a great character, despite the circumstances.

Joo-Ho Park’s contract was set to expire in the summer. But with the FIFA World Cup coming up at the end of the season, Park wants to play regular football in order to compete for a spot on the plane to Russia.

He is likely to move back to his native South Korea. If successful, Park could face a few of his former teammates from Borussia Dortmund as Germany have been drawn in the same group as South Korea.

We would like to wish Joo-Ho Park good luck for the rest of his career and hope that he makes it to Russia for the FIFA World Cup next summer.