PEP GUARDIOLA set an unwanted personal record when his Manchester City side suffered defeat at neighbours United.

The Cityzens lost 2-0 at Old Trafford on Sunday as goals from Anthony Martial and Scott McTominay earned the Red Devils local bragging rights.

That was the seventh Premier League defeat this campaign for City.

And that is more than the ex-Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss has ever lost in a season before.

And they still have ten matches to play – meaning it could get a whole lot worse.

That record will rub extra salt in the wound for Guardiola after he was shushed by United star Bruno Fernandes on the touchline towards the end of the Manchester derby.

The victory for United ensured they have done the double over their rivals this term.

It is the first time they have achieved that feat since Sir Alex Ferguson was still in charge back in 2009/10.

They are only the third club to ever do a league double over a team coached by Guardiola.

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