Man Utd fans stream out of Etihad BEFORE half time as Fergie is spotted with a face like thunder as City run riot | The Sun

Man Utd fans stream out of Etihad BEFORE half time as Fergie is spotted with a face like thunder as City run riot | The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED fans streamed out of the Etihad before half-time after another nightmare 45 minutes.

But ex-manager Sir Alex Ferguson had to sit and watch the collapse with a face of thunder.


Pep Guardiola's side dismantled United with FOUR goals in a brutal opening half in the derby.

Erling Haaland and Phil Foden grabbed two goals each as they tore the United defence apart.

The Sky Sports cameras cut to ex-United boss Ferguson slumped in the stands looking seriously fed up with events on the pitch.

The Scot – who was in charge when United lost 6-1 at Old Trafford in 2011 – probably wished he could have joined the supporters leaving the stadium.

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Drone footage showed a cluster of Red Devils fans exiting through the turnstiles of the away end because they had seen enough.

In a half reminiscent of the hammering at Brentford, Erik ten Hag appeared helpless as the ball flew past David de Gea four times.

Foden fired home emphatically to open the scoring, rounding off a flowing move by striking into the top corner with just seven minutes played.

Haaland had to wait a full 34 minutes to get on the scoresheet before heading over the line.

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And three minutes later he had his second as Kevin de Bruyne produced an inch-perfect pass for the Norwegian to slide in.

Haaland turned provider for the fourth, sliding the ball across for Foden to bundle in at the back post in another example of scintillating City football.

Within ten minutes of the second half, though, those who bought tickets but left midway through the match missed Antony's brilliant strike to give United a very slight glimmer of hope.


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