Manchester City cemented their recent dominance over Manchester United in the 191st Manchester derby, MySportDab reports.
A brace from Erling Haaland and Phil Foden was enough to do the damage for the Red Devils as the clinical City side compounded the woes of their arch rivals at Old Trafford.
Erling Haaland opened the scoring for Manchester City in the 28th minute from the spot.
A VAR review on Rasmus Hojlund’s challenge on Rodri saw Tierney award the spotkick as Hojlund could be seen wrapping his arms around Rodri to bring him down in the box during a set-piece.
Haaland wrongfooted Andre Onana and fired a low shot into the bottom right corner to give City the lead.
The prolific forward then doubled the lead in the second half before assisting Phil Foden register a third for City to seal the win.
As usual, the game saw tensed moments typical of football rivalries and the highpoint of it was when substitute Jeremy Doku squared up with Antony after the latter launched a wild tackle on him, swiping on his ankles.
Doku quickly stood up and confronted the Brazilian after the tackle but had his hands slapped down by a furious Antony.
Tierney dished out a yellow card to Antony and a freekick was awarded to Manchester City.
After the game, Doku took to his social media handle to drop series of posts celebrating the win over Manchester United
He dropped shots of Manchester City players celebrating wildly in dressing with songs and dance.
He also post that particular footage of him confronting Antony during the game and wrote, “stay calm… Manchester is Blue.”
Jeremy Doku joined Manchester City in the summer from French side Rennes and has had a prolific start to life at Etihad