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Man City beats Man United 1-0 in crunch derby

 Manchester City's Carlos Tevez, right, fights for the ball against Manchester United's Ji-Sung Park during their English Premier League soccer match ...
 Manchester City's Vincent Kompany, right, runs past the Manchester United fans as he celebrates scoring during the English Premier League soccer matc...
 Manchester City's Vincent Kompany, bottom, competes for the ball with Manchester United's Park Ji-Sung, left, during the English Premier League socce...
 Manchester City's Vincent Kompany, 3rd left, scores against Manchester United during their English Premier League soccer match at The Etihad Stadium,...
 Manchester City's Vincent Kompany, second left, scores against Manchester United during their English Premier League soccer match at The Etihad Stadi...

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Manchester City's Carlos Tevez, right, fights for the ball against Manchester United's Ji-Sung Park during their English Premier League soccer match ...

Britain Soccer Premier League

Manchester City's Vincent Kompany, right, runs past the Manchester United fans as he celebrates scoring during the English Premier League soccer matc...

Britain Soccer Premier League

Manchester City's Vincent Kompany, bottom, competes for the ball with Manchester United's Park Ji-Sung, left, during the English Premier League socce...

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Manchester City's Vincent Kompany, 3rd left, scores against Manchester United during their English Premier League soccer match at The Etihad Stadium,...

Britain Soccer Premier League

Manchester City's Vincent Kompany, second left, scores against Manchester United during their English Premier League soccer match at The Etihad Stadi...

Vincent Kompany's thumping header gave Manchester City a crucial 1-0 derby win against Manchester United on Monday to overtake its rival atop the Premier League with just two games remaining.
Kompany connected with David Silva's corner to score the decisive goal in first-half stoppage time at the Etihad Stadium and City held on for a potentially title-deciding victory as it now leads United on goal difference.
City visits Newcastle United and hosts Queens Park Rangers in the remaining fixtures, while United finishes against Swansea at home and Sunderland away.
After leading the Premier League for most of the season, City trailed United by eight points earlier this month but two more wins should now be enough to claim a first league title since 1968.


Updated : 2020-11-30 07:31 GMT+08:00