Manchester derby: City take the honours with big win

Manchester United manager David Moyes and striker Wayne Rooney arrive at the Etihad Stadium for the derby.
Manchester City fan and former boxer Ricky Hatton poses with a fan outside the Etihad Stadium before the game.
United manager David Moyes and City boss Manuel Pellegrini greet each before making their way to their dugouts.
New United midfielder Marouane Fellaini makes his first Premier League start against Manchester City, having played in 10 Merseyside derbies at Everton.
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero scores the opener with a well executed volley - his 50th goal for his club.
City boss Pellegrini provides instructions to his players as United counterpart Moyes watches on.
Yaya Toure puts the hosts in control when he pokes home at the far post, the midfielder's third in the league this season.
Derby honours certainly look to be heading City's way as they add a third, the unmarked Sergio Aguero volleying home from close range.
United striker Rooney looks despondent after Manchester City's third goal.
Samir Nasri gets his second of the season to make it 4-0 to City and a day United boss Moyes will want to forget.
Home fans celebrate as their side close in on an emphatic victory over their local rivals.
Rooney scores a late consolation for United, becoming in the process the highest scoring player in Manchester derby history with 11 goals.