Manchester City stars openly mocked rivals Manchester United with a dressing room chant.
Video of City players singing ‘Park the bus, park the bus, Man United’ was posted to social media by a friend of Benjamin Mendy.
The video came after City moved 14 points clear at the top of the Premier League following a brilliant 4-1 win over Tottenham.
United manager Jose Mourinho sparked a dressing room brawl after the Manchester derby last week when he confronted City players about their loud music.
Punches – and cartons of milk – were thrown as players and staff from both clubs got involved.
City coach Mikel Arteta was left with a cut above the eye after he was hit by the door.
Now, after the win over Spurs, City players were seen throwing another jibe at their local rivals.
Forfana Diacko, a pal of Mendy, captured players in the Etihad dressing room singing a number of chants.
United boss had accused City players of lacking respect after their 2-1 win at Old Trafford last week.
He confronted goalkeeper Ederson before the situation escalated.
This video will only serve to see tensions between the two clubs increase.
There had been anger from City after United refused them permission to film for the documentary the club is producing on Amazon.
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- Jose Mourinho walks towards the officials’ dressing room to confront referee Michael Oliver
- He was furious having seen a TV replay of Ander Herrera’s penalty appeal
- As he passed the open door of the away dressing room, he gets into a shouting match with goalkeeper Ederson, with the City squad playing loud music
- The pair argued in Portuguese and then English
- Mourinho screams at the City squad: “Shut up. You’ve won nothing yet”
- Players and staff from both sides involved with punches thrown – although none landed
- Elbows do find the mark
- Vincent Kompany lurches towards Mourinho and his staff
- Romelu Lukaku attempts to climb past United staff to slam dunk City rivals
- Mourinho almost loses his balance in the melee
- The Portuguese is then squirted with water by City staff, while cartons of milk are thrown at him
- Mikel Arteta suffers a cut above his eye – but the two clubs agree this was caused by him banging his head on the door, NOT by Lukaku throwing a bottle
Yesterday, City extended their record breaking winning run to 16 matches with the convincing win against Spurs.
Ilkay Gundogan opened the scoring before the brilliant Kevin De Bruyne scored with a ferocious left-footed strike.
Raheem Sterling scored twice to take his tally to the season to 15.