Well, what a tale of two halfs?!
The first half was more of the Hull match: slow, pathetic, without a trace of effort or loveliness. The defense was in complete disarray, and we were lucky to not be down 3 nil. Our goal was a one man effort from Kun, who really made a go of it, being brought down at the half way line but got up and kept going. I don't often criticize David Silva, but the worst defensive spot we were in was caused by him being stripped of the ball, and then STOPPING INSTEAD OF GOING AFTER THE ATTACKER. Play the whistle, men.
I suspect that there was a bit of a 'team meeting' at the half, because the team that came out looked full of fire. Not every effort was spot on, but they were working on it, and the rewards were there. That was the most goals in a City match since Sunderland on December 3.
Someone posted a skills video featuring the match at Old Trafford that City won 6-1. It was a thing of beauty. Where are those guys? Where is the fire? If we are going to catch Chelsea, or look respectable against Barcelona, that team is going to have to show up.