United fans left at halftime, Roy Keane attacked: "I'm shocked"
Shock in England from City's amazing 0:4 over United in the derby half.
Gary Neville: "Holland is a monster, like he's playing against 5-year-olds"
Sunday, October 02, 2022, 17:18 Updated: 17:20
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Summary of the first half: Manchester City - Manchester United 0:4 (Sport1)
The gaps between Manchester City and Manchester United have been growing in recent years, but a half as provided today (Sunday) by the champion in the first derby of the season did not appear even in the biggest nightmares of the Red Devils.
Phil Foden (8, 44) and Erling Holland (34, 37) scored an incredible 0:4, which caused some United fans to leave the game at the end of the first half.
"It could have been a lot worse," analyzed former United legend Roy Keane at half-time.
"What can be done now? I just can't believe how bad United have been. It's all about pride and character, and they haven't shown it at all. It seems this game is just too big for them, I can hardly believe what I'm seeing. Maybe they just don't Believe me. I'm just shocked, there's no aggressiveness, everything is too easy for City."
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Gary Neville added: "I expected so much more from United. They're under pressure, and they're being dismantled by an exceptional football team. United just screw up, there's no doubt about it. Erling Holland is a monster, it's like he's playing against five-year-olds."