FT: Manchester City 6:3 Manchester United; Watch full match highlights and Erling Haaland and Foden dominates Manchester

FT: Manchester City 6:3 Manchester United; Watch full match highlights and Erling Haaland and Foden dominates Manchester

Manchester City welcome Manchester United to the Etihad on Sunday afternoon.

Man City won the Manchester derby home and away last season and they ended the campaign as Premier League champions. Pep Guardiola’s side have made an excellent start in their effort to defend the title and they are currently second in the table.

The Blues have scored 23 goals in the Premier League, which is more than any other team, and their attack has been strengthened by the summer addition of Erling Haaland, who Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez are expected to deal with.

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The ended with Manchester City 6 and Manchester United 3 with Erling Haaland and Foden both having hatrick for city while Anthony and Martial netted goal for United

Haaland is simply inevitable. That was an outstanding finish from a special player – he makes it look so easy. Haaland has taken the Premier League by storm and he’s ruthlessly put United to the sword this afternoon.

Manchester City 1:0 Man United

Manchester city missed a free kick

Another chance miss by Foden

Manchester City 2:0 Man United

Haaland goal replay

Manchester city 3:0 Manchester United

Erling Haaland goal replay

Manchester City 4:0 Manchester United

Manchester United fans seen leaving the Etihad stadium

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Manchester City 4:1 Manchester United

Manchester City 5:1 Manchester United

Manchester City 6:1 Manchester United

Manchester City 6:2 Manchester United

Manchester City 6:3 Manchester United

United head into the Manchester derby with optimism under Erik ten Hag, as they have defeated Liverpool, Leicester, Southampton and Arsenal across their last four league fixtures, which has been a remarkable turnaround after an awful start.

John Stones has been ruled out of the game through injury while Marcus Rashford has been passed fit. The game will kick off at 2pm and we’ll bring you live updates throughout.

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