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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Manchester United held at Aston Villa, Manchester City see off Palace

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno recaps Aston Villa's draw against Manchester United and explains what United need to do to continue their good run of form.

Manchester United saw their six-match winning run come to an end as they were held to a 1-1 draw away to Aston Villa.

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Christian Benteke netted the opener, making space inside the area before curling a shot into the top corner, but United hit back eight minutes into the second half as Radamel Falcao headed in for his first goal for the club since Oct. 5.

Villa's hopes receded when Gabriel Agbonlahor received a red card for a heavy tackle on former teammate Ashley Young, but they held on...

Three Points: Villa deserve a point as Man Utd cannot take advantage

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Christian Benteke goal (18') Aston Villa 1-0 Manchester United

BIRMINGHAM, England -- A trio of observations on Aston Villa and Manchester United's 1-1 draw Saturday in the Premier League.

1. Another mixed Man United display

Another mixed performance for Manchester United, but on this occasion they failed to convert it into three points. One was all they deserved in a game in which they failed to land punches during the first half and failed to land enough in the second.

Facing 10 men for the final 25 minutes, albeit 10 men backed by a ferocious home crowd,...

Three Points: Striker-light Manchester City make easy work of Crystal Palace

David Silva struck twice as Manchester City, playing without a recognised striker, cruised to a 3-0 victory over a troubled Crystal Palace.

MANCHESTER, England -- A trio of observations on Manchester City's 3-0 win over Crystal Palace on Saturday in the Premier League.

1. Make no mistake, the title race is very much on

David Silva rose above everyone else and Manchester City have suddenly risen level with Chelsea at the top of the table courtesy of this win over Crystal Palace.

That may just be for the time being, given that Jose Mourinho's side have a game in hand against Stoke City on Monday, but it is also strikingly quick how City...

 By PA Sport

Villa boss Paul Lambert unhappy with Gabby Agbonlahor red card

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno recaps Aston Villa's draw against Manchester United and explains what United need to do to continue their good run of form.

Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert was left baffled after seeing Gabby Agbonlahor sent off as his side held Manchester United to a 1-1 draw.

Villa had led through Christian Benteke before Radamel Falcao levelled, but the hosts had to play out the final 25 minutes with 10 men after Agbonlahor was dismissed by referee Lee Mason after what looked like just collision with Ashley Young.

"If that's a red card you might as well pack up because it won't be a game of football," Lambert said. "I spoke to Brad...

By ESPN Staff
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Pellegrini confident of breakthrough

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says he was never worried his side would not claim a win over Crystal Palace, despite being held at the break.

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