Former Manchester City Winger, Trevor Sinclair has launched an attack on Portuguese Striker, Cristiano Ronaldo over his sliding tackle on Kevin De Bruyne.

Manchester United and Manchester City went head to Head in the Much Anticipated Manchester Derby which was expected to be fierce Encounter but reverse Became the case as Pep Guardiola's Men completely Outplayed Their City Rival right at their home ground.

Manchester City scored 2 goals and took 3 Valuable Points away from Old Trafford, boosting their Title Challenge while also adding to the woes of Under-fire head coach of the Red Devils, Ole Gunnar Solskjær.

A unfortunate owngoal from Eric Bailly and 45th Minute strike from Bernado Silva Ensured that Mancity emerge as winners of the Manchester Derby.

Portuguese Striker, Cristiano Ronaldo fired blank in the Encounter, although got United's Only shot of Target in the match. The Former Juventus Man has been called out by Former England international, Trevor Sinclair for Launching Harsh tackle on Kevin De Bruyne in the Closing stages of the Second half after the Belgian had lost balance following a foul by Bruno Fernades.

Ronaldo was Given a yellow card for the Tackle but Trevor Sinclair felt it should have been a red Card for for the Portuguese.

“That’s a cheap one,” Sinclair told talkSPORT. 

“The challenge initially went in from Fernandes, and as he’s down on the floor after being fouled, Ronaldo launches into that.

“I know it’s only one foot, but he’s jumped in with his studs showing. I thought it was a little bit naughty.

“It’s a little bit of frustration, but it’s not OK. I hope De Bruyne is OK because it’s a really poor challenge.

“It’s a coward’s challenge. He’s got away with a couple, the one with Curtis Jones as well.

“He’s got a temper because he’s a winner. He doesn’t like losing.”

Recall that in the Game against Liverpool This season, Ronaldo was Also yellow-carded for Kicking the ball multiple times on Youngster Curtis Jones.