Manchester City continued their brilliant run of form in the Premier League on Saturday. Pep Guardiola’s team defeated Tottenham Hotspur 4-1 at the Etihad Stadium. Manchester City players were in fine form during the fixture with Ilkay Gundogan, Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling all getting on the score sheet.
Manchester City players mock rivals Manchester United
Following Manchester City’s win, the team were video recorded mocking their rivals Manchester United. An Instagram video, posted by a friend of Benjamin Mendy, showed the Manchester City players chanting “park the bus, park the bus, Man United”.
Manchester City ended Saturday 14 points ahead of Jose Mourinho’s team. The chant that was video recorded was originally created by Manchester City’s fans during the team’s 2-1 derby win in early December.
Following the derby match, the two clubs were involved in an altercation in the dressing rooms. The video posted on Instagram is being regarded as another piece of evidence showing Manchester City’s poor attitude after winning matches.
— MailOnline Sport (@MailSport) December 16, 2017
Following the derby win, it has been reported the club were playing music too loudly in the locker room. The music caused Mourinho to interject, causing a scuffle between himself and Manchester City’s players. Lifelong Manchester City fan Noel Gallagher expressed his delight over Guardiola’s team’s celebrations.
“It’s been amazing,” Gallagher said. “This is my favourite City team of all-time, that can nausea up Mourinho that much, by playing my songs in the dressing room, that he goes in and gets his head kicked in by our keeper!
“That has to be the greatest City team of all time!
“It meant everything. To sit in the studio and watch Neville have a meltdown while the match is going on and then to hear that they were playing ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’ too loud, honestly! I’m done.”