Manchester United fans are seen leaving the Etihad BEFORE half-time against Manchester CIty

A number of Manchester United fans were seen leaving just before half-time during a frustrating afternoon that saw their side thrashed by Manchester City.

Erling Haaland and Phil Foden both scored twice as Pep Guardiola’s side headed into the interval with a commanding 4-0 lead.

Just before the whistle went, the Sky cameras pointed to the exit gates at the Etihad and United fans’ frustration were seen as they headed for the exit.

Foden opened the scoring after just eight minutes as he got on the end of Bernardo Silva’s cross before Haaland doubled City’s lead with a header.

The Norwegian striker got on the end of Kevin De Bruyne’s superb cross to make it three before Foden piled more misery on the visitors.

As United fans headed for the exit, Gary Neville, who was on commentary for Sky, said: ‘They’ve [the United supporters] had enough.

‘That last goal was an absolute pleasure to watch, absolutely brilliant. The first few minutes when [Diogo] Dalot got booked, Manchester United have never settled into this game. Forcing it, anxious, no composure, then pulled apart from an outstanding football team.

‘Haaland was quiet, we hadn’t seen him then he’s taken the game away from Manchester United in three blistering moments.’

Haaland and Foden went on to complete their hat-tricks in the second half but United closed the gap in the scoreline through Antony and Anthony Martial in a 6-3 loss.

United boss Erik ten Hag was left frustrated as he admitted his players lacked belief against the reigning champions.

‘It was a lack of belief,’ the United manager told Sky Sports. ‘I’m surprised why we didn’t bring that on the pitch. I have seen a different team, a different spirit and a different fight… We were not brave in possession. It is always difficult to find out.

‘The players know they can do better. If you don’t fight, then you have a problem against a team like Manchester City. This is definitely different [to the 4-0 defeat at Brentford]. We didn’t run there. We wanted to today but didn’t follow the principles.

‘I will show the team that we could have been front-footed. We win the ball then give it away for the first goal. We take wrong decisions in the transition afterwards. We don’t follow the rules so we are undisciplined. It cannot happen. It is unacceptable.

‘It is a process. It is one game. Maybe against other teams, the problems would not come but against Manchester City they will. I want to change the head and the attitude from the team. There was a reaction in the second half. We were more brave and scored three goals. Only from mistakes you learn.’

United will need to regroup before a Europa League visit to Omonia in Cyprus on Thursday, before travelling to Frank Lampard’s Everton next Sunday.

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