Twitter reacts to Manchester derby as Man City pile pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Manchester City cruised to victory in Saturday's Manchester derby in the Premier League, but all eyes were on Manchester United and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

An own goal from Eric Bailly and a back-post tap-in from Bernardo Silva, on top of a woeful performance from the home team, gave City an easy 2-0 win.

Having survived the sack after losing 5-0 at home to Liverpool last month, the pressure on Solskjaer has been ramped up again.

United's slump isn't new. They have been worse at Old Trafford this year than at any point in the last 32 years.

David de Gea was, briefly, keeping it respectable, but he was at fault for the second goal.

City dominated the ball, but United lacked any kind of threat to challenge them.

By half-time, Sky Sports pundit and ex-United skipper Roy Keane had properly had enough.

It was awful from Luke Shaw and Harry Maguire, who have been poor all season.

Jadon Sancho only got onto the pitch at half-time.

The problem for United is who would replace Solskjaer if he is sacked. Fans don't have enough faith in the club hierarchy to make a smart decision...

Take nothing away from Manchester City's performance, and Joao Cancelo was excellent again.

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Source : 90min