Manchester City head into the half-time break at Old Trafford leading 2-0 in the Manchester derby thanks to goals from Kevin De Bruyne and Iheanacho – who is filling in for the suspended Kun Aguerro.
De Bruyne is a name all too familiar with Jose Mourinho as the Portuguese manager got rid of him during his time in charge of Chelsea.
The Belgium international moved to Wolfsburg before being snapped up by City for £55 million last summer.
De Bruyne opened the scoring on 14 minutes after managing to breeze past Daley Blind before slotting the ball past David de Gea into the back of the net.
Class first goal from Kevin De Bruyne! pic.twitter.com/gZcq7EvumT
— Football Vines (@FutballVines) September 10, 2016
The 25-year-old attacking has now been directly involved in 32 goals in 46 apps in all competitions for the Citizens – 17 goals, 15 assists.
Iheanacho scored the second goal but De Bruyne was directly involved as it was his shot that hit the post before the ball fell into the path of the City striker.
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