Manchester United beat Manchester City, 3-2 which ended the defending champion’s unbeaten start to the Premier League season, on Sunday and have moved six points clear of its rival atop the Premier League.
Wayne Rooney scored a brace and has moved to 150 goals in English soccer’s top league and Manchester United were leading 2-0 during halftime.
Manchester City fought back with goals from Yaya Toure and Pablo Zabaleta but Robin van Persie scored an injury-time free-kick winner to make it 3-2 that ended the hosts’ unbeaten league home run — stretching back to December 2010.
It may be mentioned that, Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand was apparently hit by an object thrown from the stands, leaving him bleeding from a cut above his left eye, and Hart was confronted on the pitch by a fan.
Manchester City came into the match unbeaten in the league this season. The club hadn’t lost a home game in the competition since December 2010 against Everton.