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Manchester City vs. Manchester United: OnScene updates from #ManchesterDivided

Manchester City were unable to claim the Premier League title with a win over rivals Manchester United, as Jose Mourinho's side stormed back from 2-0 down at half-time to win 3-2 at the Etihad. ESPN is covering the derby like never before. Follow it all on social with the hashtag #ManchesterDivided.

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Finally, an important point about City's fitness level heading into next week's crucial second leg against Liverpool.

How will Man City bounce back?

The Man City perspective: that result won't help them prepare for the Champions League quarterfinal, second leg.

It's all over! A stunning second half sees Man United beat City 3-2 at the Etihad to deny Pep Guardiola's title celebrations for another week.

It's worth remember who started United's comeback...

And yet it's 3-2 Man United! The man with the go-ahead goal: Chris Smalling.

There's only one player who can turn the game back in Man City's favour now...

Remember: don't celebrate too early.

Stop the presses! Paul Pogba has scored twice in two minutes to level things at the Etihad for Man United!

Here's an interesting parallel: Kompany scored the title-winning goal against Man United in 2012... and he also beat Chris Smalling to the ball...

It's half-time and Man City are beating Man United 2-0. That might be a good thing?

Back at the Man City pubs, they went wild for that opening goal. #ManchesterDivided

Man United need to shape up given that they're now down 2-0 at the Etihad.

And it's 2-0! A slick turn-and-shot by Ilkay Gundogan has Man City's home supporters rocking with joy.

An interesting point about that opening goal...?

Man City have the lead thanks to their inspirational captain, Vincent Kompany. He couldn't be deterred in meeting a cross and powering a header beyond David de Gea.

You can't stop the party

It's nearly time

What a day it could be for City ... 

Here's the champions elect

United team is in ...

Rob is in position

Take your pick ...

Manchester City stand on the brink of history

Our man Jonny is in place already

It really is #ManchesterDivided ...

The calm before the storm

Mark Ogden is on his way ...

No red car park then? #manchesterderby #manchesterunited #manchestercity

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Insert your own jokes about Jose Mourinho parking the bus here ...

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