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What Man City players were chanting inside Old Trafford dressing room speaks volumes

What Man City players were chanting inside Old Trafford dressing room speaks volumes

A recently surfaced video captured the scene inside Manchester City‘s dressing room following their commanding 3-0 win against Manchester United on a Sunday afternoon.

Despite currently holding the third position in the Premier League standings, trailing behind Arsenal and Spurs, Pep Guardiola’s team demonstrated dominance throughout the match at Old Trafford.

Erling Haaland (twice) and Phil Foden scored the goals that secured all three points for the visitors.

Right after the full-time whistle from referee Paul Tierney, City’s squad hurried over to their vocal away supporters to celebrate their significant victory over their local rivals.

Following the conclusion of the game, City winger Jeremy Doku shared a video from the Old Trafford dressing room showcasing the ongoing celebrations.

The Snapchat footage displays players such as John Stones, Phil Foden, Kyle Walker, and Bernardo Silva enthusiastically chanting “Champions Again Ole Ole” as part of their jubilant revelry.

Moments before, Pep Guardiola engaged in an animated post-match conversation with Erling Haaland, focusing on his second goal.

It seemed Guardiola was providing guidance on enhancing Haaland’s heading technique.

However, Roy Keane expressed strong disapproval of the discussion while speaking on Sky Sports, saying: “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.”

Keane also criticized Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes for his difficulties in influencing the game. In fact, Keane suggested that Erik ten Hag should consider removing the captaincy from Fernandes.

“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.”

What Man City players were chanting inside Old Trafford dressing room speaks volumes

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