Manchester City scored an excellent team goal to seal a deserved derby victory over Manchester United and return to the top of the league table.
Ilkay Gundogan finished off a superb passing move late in the game after he poked home Bernardo Silva’s cross from a few yards out.
David Silva had given City the lead after 12 minutes before Sergio Aguero made it 2-0 shortly after the break.
United’s Anthony Martial scored from the spot but City deserved the win.
City now sit 12 points ahead of eighth-placed United, while they lead second-placed Liverpool by two points.
After some showboating from Raheem Sterling, who is told off by Juan Mata afterwards, the referee puts United out of their misery by blowing the final whistle.
City move back to the top of the table with an ultimately emphatic derby victory. They were and are much better than a diligent but limited United.
Source – BBC