Man City’s Haaland, Foden Humiliate Manchester United In Manchester Derby

Erling Haaland (left) with Phil Foden

Manchester City have humiliated the biggest rivals in the English Premier League –  the Red Devils, Manchester United in a 6-3 victory.

The game’s first 45 minutes showed Manchester City dominating and dictating the play, and in the process scored 4 goals before the half time whistle.

Erling Haaland, in his first Manchester derby, on Sunday, scored a hat-trick in the 34th, 37th and 64th minutes respectively. The Norwegian also gave two assists, to give City the win. Phil Foden, who also scored his first Manchester derby hat-trick, continues on his fine form this season.

Manchester City had gone into half time with 4 goals while United had no goals. However, United’s Antony scored the first goal for the red devils in the 56th minute and Anthony Marshall scored another in the 84th minute. A penalty in the 91st minute scored by Marshall helped United secure their third goal.

Manchester City’s victory puts them one point behind the league leaders Arsenal in second place on the league table, with 20 points from eight premier league matches played so far. Some united fans could be seen leaving the stadium at half time.

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