There are two halves to Manchester, in England’s north west, that are separated not by a geographical line, but by a soccer rivalry that permeates every pore of the city.
The EPL’s Manchester United and Manchester City wage a never-ending battle that ebbs and flows with time but the passion of which never dims. There are no second-favorite teams here. To love United is to hate City, and vice versa, one of most intrinsic unwritten rules in British soccer — but Marcus Rashford, if only for a moment, has changed all that.
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