Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho came into the derby on a hot streak but he and his team were left cold after their trip to the Etihad, writes Pete Sharland.

Pep Guardiola glad as Manchester City overcome derby ‘fear’ to beat

MANCHESTER: Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said his side had to overcome early “fear” before the reigning Premier League champions returned to the top of the table with a 3-1 derby win at home to Manchester United on Sunday.Goals early in each half at the Etihad from David Silva and Sergio Aguero left City in a commanding position before an Anthony Martial penalty gave

Silva again shows he is the Premier League's best passer with a flawless performance as Man City win a one-sided derby

We're not going to be relegated – Mourinho at ease over United being eighth

Defeat to Manchester City leaves Manchester United as close to the drop zone as the top of the table, but Jose Mourinho is at ease.

Man City goes 12 points clear of United with 3-1 derby win | FOX Sports

Gulf grows: Man City 12 pts clear of United with derby win

Football: Mourinho blames United's Juventus exertions for derby loss,

In contrast with some defeats this season, the Manchester United manager was unwilling to criticise his team's attitude and effort.. Read more at

It’s hard to worry about financial doping while being enchanted by football excellence

As Sergio Agüero thumped the ball into the roof of the net, and Bernardo Silva danced through Manchester United’s midfield, was there a moment when you grimaced and thought, “But if only they had adhered to those Financial Fair Play rules”?Did you admire the bursts of excellence from one of the mos

Manchester City keep their heads to banish last season’s derby memories

Manchester City did not make many mistakes last season, but they did in this fixture, and this year they want to be even better. So this afternoon, coasting at home against Manchester United, they threatened to take their take foot off the gas, but then decided to speed off into the distance.

5 things we learned from the Premier League this weekend

Here are the five things we have learned from the Premier League this weekend...

Relentless Man City sweep United aside at Etihad

Premier League leaders Manchester City turned on the style with a 3-1 win over Manchester United in their derby clash on Sunday, leaving Pep Guardiola's unbeaten side two points clear of Liverpool.

Goals from David Silva, Sergio Agüero and Ilkay Gündogan earned Manchester City a 3-1 win against Manchester United, who scored with an Anthony Martial penalty

Ilkay Gundogan’s late goal sealed an ultimately emphatic win for City, who were not at their best but outclassed United in the Manchester derby

Gary Neville tells us whether anyone can stop Manchester City from retaining their title, who has been the best player in the Premier League this season and whether Liverpool fans will be cheering on Manchester United on Sunday.