Revenge: How Manchester United players celebrated victory over Manchester City last weekend

By Daily Sports on April 13, 2018

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The Sun says United stars had not forgotten the video of the City dressing room singing “park the bus” after winning the derby at Old Trafford in December.

Jose Mourinho’s men, who were dishing out the verbals on the pitch in the second half, turned their music up in the Etihad changing area as loud as possible after their stunning comeback.

They were just as noisy on the pitch, with the Red Devils goading their rivals after discovering they had booked tables all over Manchester on Saturday night to celebrate their title win.

“Booked tables have you? We’ll take your f***ing tables” were among some of the comments directed at City players.

Local lad Jesse Lingard, feuding with Fernandinho after the break, was among the most vocal after Paul Pogba scored twice and Chris Smalling netted United’s winner. (Tribal Footbal)

Source Daily Sports

Posted April 13, 2018

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