Pep Guardiola has defended Man Utd over their performance in the 6-3 defeat to Man City on Sunday in the Manchester derby.
...writes a Manchester City fan. There's also a warning in the Mailbox for the blue side of Manchester that this won't last forever. Success is fleeting...
Carragher says he felt for Varane and Martinez who were tasked with dealing with Haaland for Man United on Sunday.
People say records are there to be broken, but some aren't. We give you 14 Premier League records that will probably never be bettered.
Manchester City and Erling Haaland are breaking Our League. We should be appalled, but we're absolutely loving every absurd minute of it.
There is a sneaking suspicion that Erling Haaland might just have got the hang of Our League. A few others made it look easy straight away.
Chelsea are among the clubs sniffing around Arsenal's Gabriel Martinelli, while Man Utd are now open to offers for Cristiano Ronaldo...
Arsenal and Everton have restored the pride of their fans and Trent Alexander-Arnold still has the support of his. Manchester United may not.
Manchester City eviscerated United in the derby, with three superb individual attacking performances from Haaland, De Bruyne and Foden.
Graeme Souness thinks Man City boss Pep Guardiola will have "had a go at his side" after their 6-3 Manchester derby victory.
Gary Neville has suggested that Manchester City are more than capable of winning the Premier League title "easily" this season.
Man Utd's back five all earned sub-six ratings but two Tottenham defenders are included in the Premier League's worst XI of the weekend...
Fabrizio Romano has hinted that Erling Haaland will have a "very big" release clause in the future but the striker "is in love with the Man City project".
Some United fans in the Mailbox are content to reflect upon a reality check in the derby. Also: who replaces Klopp? Gerrard out; and the north London derby...