Manchester City claimed a 6-3 victory against Manchester United in their derby which saw Erling Haaland and Phil Foden hit hat trick, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The first half of the Manchester Derby was a one sided affair which saw so much coming from the home side who kept scoring for fun.
Manchester City had to wait for just 8 minutes to score the opening goal which came through from Phil Foden after a wonderful teamwork effort with Bernardo Silva making it 1-0.
It was another bad one for Manchester United as they conceded another goal in the 34th minute of the game thanks to a lovely assist from Kevin De Bruyne which Erling Haaland made it 2-0.
The game progressed with more misery for the Old Trafford club who couldn’t contain the pressure as Erling Haaland scored his brace in the 37th minute making it 3-0.
It was more of a good one coming through for the Cityzens who added another one in the 44th minute and this time it was Phil Foden making it a brace and also 4-0.
The first half ended with Manchester City taking a 4-0 lead into the break after 45 minutes played against Manchester United going forward for the encounter.
Second Half Report
Both teams came in the second half with the game looking like it was already decided after a remarkable 45 minutes played.
Manchester United had to make some changes which went on paying off for them as Antony pulled one back in the 56th minute making it 4-1.
Manchester City wasted no time in adding another goal which made it 5-1 thanks to Erling Haaland hat trick for the encounter in the 64th minute.
Phil Foden made it a hat trick for himself in the 73rd minute of the game which also made the scoreline more unbearable 6-1.
Anthony Martial scored in the 84th minute of the game to make it 6-2 as the Red Devils were just playing with hopes already gone from their end.
The France International scored again in the 90th minute plus additional time, making it 6-3 from the penalty spot.
The match ended with Manchester City claiming a 6-3 victory against Manchester United after 90 minutes of football played between them.
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