We showed who’s boss — Dzeko
Date published: 27 March 2014
EDIN Dzeko thinks the derby demolition at Old Trafford proves City are kings of Manchester.
Dzeko scored two goals — the first after only 43 seconds — and Yaya Toure also scored in City’s comfortable 3–0 win over United.
City now lead United by 15 points with two games in hand over their neighbours.
The Blues have won on their last three visits to Old Trafford — by an aggregate score of 11–2 — so there is no wonder Dzeko feels City have the advantage over their rivals.
“It’s always good to win in a derby, especially when you win it like we did,” Dzeko told City TV.
“It was great for the fans to be here and to celebrate again.”
While United lick their wounds after a sixth home league defeat, City turn their focus to Saturday’s game at Arsenal, which could have a big bearing on the title race.
If City win their two games in hand over current leaders Chelsea they will lead Jose Mourinho’s men by three points.
City arguably have the easiest run–in of all three title contenders
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