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Wild scenes inside the Manchester City dressing room at Old Trafford following United demolition



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A new video emerging across social media has showcased the celebratory mood inside the Manchester City dressing room at Old Trafford after their Derby Day victory.

City moved back to within two points of current Premier League leaders Tottenham Hotspur following the 0-3 win over their city rivals on Sunday afternoon, making it three wins out of three following the conclusion of the most recent international break.

Erling Haaland opened the scoring at Old Trafford from the penalty spot in front of the Stretford End, after match referee Paul Tierney adjudged Manchester United striker Rasmus Hojlund to have fouled Rodri during a City free-kick.

Haaland then made it a brace for himself early in the second-half, finishing off an excellent Manchester City move developed from goalkeeper Ederson, and rounded off by a Bernardo Silva overlapping run, cross, and headed from the Norwegian unmarked at the back-post.

Phil Foden rounded off the scoring as he tapped home from close range with Erling Haaland showcasing his unselfish side in front of goal, sliding a ball across the face of Andre Onana’s net to present an unmissable opportunity for the Stockport-born forward.

A convincing and dominant afternoon’s work at Old Trafford left Manchester City in a jubilant mood, and a new video emerging on social media has showcased the extent to which the reigning Premier League champions celebrated in their dressing room.

Manchester City’s players can be seen to be jumping around the visitor’s locker room chanting a new song favoured by the club’s fanbase, highlighting that Pep Guardiola’s side are the Premier League champions once again this season.

Manchester City now have a week off from competitive duties this week, with Carabao Cup action taking over the midweek fixture slots – a competition that Pep Guardiola and his players were knocked out of at the hands of Newcastle United in the third round.

City will return to Premier League duties next weekend when they host AFC Bournemouth at the Etihad Stadium, in another 3PM kick-off that marks the start of a hectic and hugely challenging run of games against the likes of Chelsea, Liverpool, and Tottenham.