Footage of Man City's wild dressing room celebrations at Old Trafford has emerged
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A video from inside Manchester City's dressing room after they recorded a convincing 3-0 win over Manchester United on Sunday afternoon has emerged.
Pep Guardiola's side, who currently sit third in the Premier League table behind Arsenal and Spurs, dominated for large spells at Old Trafford. Goals from Erling Haaland  and Phil Foden gave the visitors all three points.
And shortly after referee Paul Tierney blew his full-time whistle, City's matchday squad ran over to the vocal away support to celebrate another emphatic victory over their local rivals.
In fact, after the full-time whistle, City winger Jeremy Doku posted a video from the Old Trafford dressing room as the celebrations continued.
As you can see from the Snapchat footage below, the likes of John Stones, Phil Foden, Kyle Walker and Bernardo Silva can be heard chanting, "Champions Again Ole Ole”.
A short time earlier, Pep Guardiola could be seen having an animated post-match chat with Erling Haaland as they discussed his second goal.
It appears Guardiola was offering some advice on how to improve his heading technique, although Roy Keane was far from impressed with the conversation.
Speaking on Sky Sports, he said: "It's all for show this, this is all for show, I'd have that chat in the dressing room, what's the big deal?
"It's a lovely header but you don't need to be on the pitch talking about it for five minutes. Just get down the tunnel and enjoy your victory."
"All for show! Get down the tunnel, enjoy your victory!" 👀— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) October 29, 2023
Roy Keane on that post-match chat between Pep and Haaland... pic.twitter.com/mxnFK95t8P
Keane also hit out at Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes, who struggled to get a foothold of the game. In fact, Keane said Erik ten Hag should strip Fernandes of the captaincy.
"I know it's a big decision, obviously they changed the captaincy with Maguire, but Fernandes is not captain material," Keane said after the game.
"He is a talented player no doubt about it. But what I saw today - we've discussed many times before, it was last season at Liverpool - his whinging, his moaning and throwing his arms up in the air constantly."
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