JOE BERNSTEIN: An emotional Marouane Fellaini was sent off after 84 minutes for an apparent headbutt on Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero.
Jose Mourinho has drafted in 20-year-old midfielder Scott McTominay as he looks to patch up his injury-ravaged squad ahead of Sunday's trip to Swansea.
Manchester United's injury-hit squad will get no favours from the fixture list between now and the end of the season but Michael Carrick says it is not a time for excuses.
Teddy Sheringham believes Jose Mourinho's public criticism of players is an approach his former boss Sir Alex Ferguson would never have entertained.
Wilfried Zaha may have emerged as one of the star players of the 2016/17 season, but the winger has admits he feared free-falling through the football leagues after leaving Manchester United.
KIERAN GILL - THE NUMBERS GAME: There was a moment during the Manchester derby when Sergio Aguero aimed for the far corner and David De Gea dived to make the save.
Paul Pogba and Juan Mata are used to assisting their Manchester United team-mates on the pitch but they have now been set up off it. The pair get pranked in a new video released by sponsor Chevrolet.
JACK GAUGHAN: Yaya Toure has taunted Manchester United and accused them of negative tactics in Thursday night's goalless derby. City felt United did not attempt to win the game.
JAMIE CARRAGHER: He won't quit. He never quits. That is something Newcastle United fans should remember as another storm starts to blow around manager Rafa Benitez.
Marouane Fellaini will serve a three-match ban for his offence at the Etihad on Thursday night, missing the Premier League games against Swansea City, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
Fellaini saw red in the closing stages of a tense 0-0 draw at the Etihad Stadium, fouling Sergio Aguero twice in a minute then headbutting the City striker as the pair squared up to each other.
Jose Mourinho believes Manchester United’s gruelling season and injury problems could be a ‘blessing’ to toughen up the squad he inherited from Louis van Gaal.
Marouane Fellaini - football's equivalent of Marmite it seems. He splits opinions among Manchester United's own fanbase, had a performance on Thursday to sum up his career there.