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Patrice Evra sings Oasis remix and trolls Liam Gallagher after Man United beat Man City 2-1

Patrice Evra sings Oasis remix and trolls Liam Gallagher after Man United beat Man City 2-1

Patrice Evra trolled Noel and Liam Gallagher after Man United beat Manchester City 2-1.

Patrice Evra parodied Oasis after Manchester United came from 1-0 down to beat Manchester City at Old Trafford.

Jack Grealish put City 1-0 up after coming off the bench but United turned the game around late on with strikes from Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford.

The leveller from the former was shrouded in controversy as Marcus Rashford was offside in the build-up. Although he ran towards the ball until the last moment, because he didn't touch the ball he wasn't deemed to have interfered in play.

It was United's first home win over their rivals since March 2020 and the result takes them within one point of the champions.

The Theatre of Dreams was buzzing and so too was former United left-back Evra. In recent years the Frenchman has gone viral for a number of bizarre Instagram videos and his latest, reacting to the win, saw him imitate Noel and Liam Gallagher.

Wearing a retro United shirt from the 90's and a black wig, Evra came up with a new version of the huge anthem 'Don't Look Back In Anger'.

"You ain’t ever gonna shut my mouth," the ex Juventus and West Ham left-back sang in his car.

"So City can wait. They know it's too late are we’re back on fire. Their soul slides away.

"But don’t look back in anger. I heard you say."

The 41-year-old called it an "EVRASIS New Remix" and accrued 1.8 million views on Instagram.

In defeating Arsenal and City, United have beaten both of the top two sides at home and even Erik ten Hag was loving it.

He was getting the fans going at half-time and then celebrated Rashford's winner like never before.

Typically the Dutchman remains reserved but he was charging down the touchline in elation when Rashford got on the end of Alejandro Garnacho's cross.

"l don’t celebrate often but it was a special moment,"Ten Hag said in his post-match interview with BT Sport.

"It was a great moment for our team to get a turnaround like this in a derby.”

Featured Image Credit: Patrice Evra

Topics: Marcus Rashford, Patrice Evra, Manchester City, Manchester United