Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini believes Manchester United are lucky to be 15-points clear at the top of the Premier League.
Mancini was forced to rue another Red Devils victory as the league leaders out-classed Queens Park Rangers 2-0 at Loftus Road on Saturday – extending the lead over second-placed City.
But as his side prepares to face Chelsea at home on Sunday, a belligerent Mancini claims it is only luck which has proved the difference between the top two clubs this season, luck which could very quickly run dry.
“Until now United were lucky with everything. They won a lot of games in the last minutes,” Mancini told The Sun. “If United go forward in the Champions League the last two months will be hard for them.
“They could lose five points in two games before the derby.”
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