Manchester United 1-2 Manchester City: as it happened, goals
Pep Guardiola's side move 11 points clear at the top of the Premier League with David Silva and Nicolas Otamendi scoring either side of a Marcus Rashford equaliserBrazil - Belgium live online: World Cup 2018 quarter-final
Manchester City emerged with a crucial three points as the immovable object met the unstoppable force at Old Trafford. Manchester United were undefeated in 40 home matches going in to the Derby match, while City had won 13 consecutive games in the Premier League.
Goals from David Silva and Nicolás Otamendi as the snow fluttered down ensured that United's record melts away, while Pep Guardiola's side set one of their own - becoming the first side to win 14 consecutive matches in a single season. A Fabian Delph error allowed Marcus Rashford to equalise shortly before half time, but City's superiority was clear. They move 11 points clear at the top of the Premier League.
MOTM: David Silva. 'El Mago' ('The Magician') was at his sting-pulling best for the visitors, and also chipped in with a goal. As full time approached he showed a comprehensive knowledge of the dark arts to run down the clock and strip United of any momentum.