Ederson has rubbed salt into Manchester United's wounds by claiming their rivals could have been on the end of hiding - had Manchester City bothered to put their foot on the accelerator. They were a much better team on the day.
"In the dressing room at half time, we had spoken about what happened in the derby a year ago, and we were telling each other not to let that happen again", the France global said. "Another three points, that's the most important thing, and a good performance from the whole team". Goals from David Silva, Sergio Aguero and Ilkay Gundogan saw City extend their lead over United to 12 points from just 12 games.
"Kun [Aguero] scored and then Gundogan and it was flawless", Mendy said. The City loss was United's fourth in the league this season - the first time they have lost that many in their opening 12 games since the 1990-91 season, when they finished sixth in the old First Division.
'For Manchester United now we have got a challenge on to get back to where we want to be, which is the biggest club in the country, but also in the city.
"I think we are not going to be relegated", the United boss said, via Evening Standard.
United are still keen on Tottenham's Toby Alderweireld and Inter's Milan Skriniar, but it is unlikely either club will sanction the sale of such an important player in January and Mourinho might have to wait until the summer to get his hands on a target of his choosing.
"We controlled the game, even when they scored a goal from the penalty spot". "It's a quick decision in a moment of the game".
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"I like a lot when he played but the best way to defend a result is to keep the ball", Guardiola added.
"When a goalkeeper makes a mistake, there is no one to save the goal".
City are now two points ahead of Liverpool, and four above Chelsea, and don't look like losing any time soon.
"It was hard, they defended so deep and they are aggressive, they follow man to man".
Instead, they need to start looking at the gap between themselves and the Champions League qualification places.
Their next challenge is the European Cup, the Champions League.