Assistant manager David Platt insists there should be no concerns about Manchester City's lack of goals.
Manchester City's Italian manager Roberto Mancini (R) arrives with his assistant David Platt for a training session in Manchester, north-west England, on December 3, 2012. Platt insists there should be no concerns about Manchester City's lack of goals.
City, who trail United by seven points, have scored 34 league goals, which is 12 fewer than the Premier League leaders.
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