Manchester has once again proven to be Blue. On Sunday, Manchester United and Manchester City faced off at Old Trafford, with the home side hoping to record some kind of an upset win. That wasn't in the cards, though.
Thanks to two goals from Erling Haaland, plus a late score from Phil Foden in this one, Man City was able to take home all three points with an impressive 3-0 victory. This was yet another setback for Erik Ten Hag and Man United:
Haaland opened the scoring thanks to a goal from the penalty spot. City was up 1-0 at halftime, but then Haaland doubled the lead not long into the second half. Foden closed things out later on in the second 45 minutes of action.
United barely even made any noise on City's side of the field. This was a dominant win all across the board for Pep Guardiola's men.