It hardly happens when some other team than the Manchester United got a chance to celebrate in the famous dressing room of Old Trefford.
It was the time when Man City outclassed Man Utd by 2-1 in the 175th Manchester Derby and not anywhere else but in their home ground Old Trefford.
This victory extended the Premier League lead of Man City to a seemingly insurmountable 11 points and that gave them a reason to celebrate in the away dressing room.
Sources claimed the Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho had milk and water thrown at him after the spat with Man City keeper Ederson.
United outclassed by City at Old Trafford in a full-blooded Manchester derby
Jose Mourinho asked Manchester City to turn down the tunes as music blared from the visiting team dressing room but later on Mourinho had liquids like milk and water thrown at him.
It was David Silva who put the Utd in trouble after hitting the opening goal of the Manchester Derby in 43′ of the first half. In return Marcus Rashford changed it to 1-1 for the Man Utd.
But 54′ was the exact time when Nicolas Otamendi did it once again for City and ruins the Utd’s party at the Old Trefford even after the two courageous stops by De Gea.
Finally after the whistle, City was 2-1 ahead of Utd in the match and 11 points ahead in the Premier League.
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