Angelino felt missed chances cost City in the 2-1 derby defeat to Manchester United.

The defender drew positives from City’s response to falling two goals behind before half-time, as we dominated after the break, but was left frustrated by our failure to convert a number of opportunities.

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“A tough one to take,” he said afterwards.

“We worked really hard to get a good result. We didn’t get it today, but our focus is to keep working hard and to keep fighting the way we did in the second half.

“We kept trying. The ball didn’t want to go in today.

“We have to take the positives from today to the next game and try to score and defend as better as possible.”

Watch his full assessment of the performance in the video above.