See What Happen Before Man United Denies Man City Title Party

Fans started a brawl in Manchester before the game

LAGOS APRIL 8TH (NEWSRANGERS)-Trouble broke out on the streets of Manchester ahead of the derby at the Etihad.
Fans dressed in black were filmed clashing in the city centre with around 40 or 50 people said to be involved.
Supporters were seen letting off blue flares, throwing railings and other missiles.

Police officers were quickly on the scene armed with batons and accompanied by the dog and horse units.
One witness told Mirror Online: “It was completely quiet one minute, then the next there was all this shouting.
“I looked out of the window and people were fighting and throwing signs and setting off flares.
“Some had cuts and were bleeding. Then police came and they all ran off.”
Manchester City could’ve been crowned Premier League champions today had they beaten their rivals on home turf.
And it started brightly for Pep Guardiola’s men thanks to two first-half goals from Vincent Kompany and Ilkay Gundogan.
However, Paul Pogba scored two goals in the space of two minutes to out United back on level terms.
And to complete the stunning comeback, defender Chris Smalling added a third for the visitors 21 minutes from time, halting City’s title celebrations.
“A special day for United which is a pity,” Guardiola said.
“We did absolutely everything in the first half but then for 10-15 minutes we conceded goals. It is what it is.
“But we move forward. We did everything in the first half, we played with courage and created so many chances.
“Some penalties in the first half, some in the second half but we have to improve.
“We were not good enough in the end. The schedule is like this, that’s why this competition is so tough.
“We will try to pick ourselves up for Liverpool, we are professionals.”

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