Man City fans taunt rivals Man Utd as they celebrate ‘Poznan’ in the dying moments of a comfortable 4-1 derby win
MANCHESTER CITY fans celebrated in Poznan to taunt rivals Manchester United as they won the derby.
City thrashed United with a comfortable 4-1 win at the Etihad to claim their second straight victory over their hometown foes this season.
Kevin de Bruyne opened the scoring after just five minutes before Jadon Sancho equalized against his former club in the 22nd minute.
De Bruyne put the Citizens back in front just six minutes later before Riyad Mahrez netted a second-half brace.
The Red Devils began to crumble and City fans put salt in their wounds as they celebrated Poznan with 20 minutes before full time.
Meanwhile, Ralf Rangnick’s men had just eight percent possession.
The home fans turned their backs to the pitch, joined their shoulders side by side and jumped in unison.
City fans first embraced the dance in October 2010 during a Europa League game against Lech Poznan.
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These days they save it for special occasions…and a derby scraping their local rivals was the perfect occasion.
This drew a lot of reactions from social media, as some users even felt sorry for United.
One fan tweeted, “You know it’s bad when you get poznan by the family stand.”
Another wrote: “Poznan out, 22 points ahead of United, KDB reinforcement, Bernardo Silva being Bernardo Silva and a Jack Grealish masterclass. What a day.”
A third posted: “You know it’s a big day when the Family Stand do the Poznan.”
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