- United players played loud music after beating City
- The Red Devils repeated the same incident as revenge
- Pep Guardiola will be hoping his side beat Tottenham
Manchester United stars played loud music in the dressing room after recording a 3-2 victory in the Manchester derby against City.
The Red Devils used the action as a payback to replicate what the Citizens did to them in the reverse fixture won by Pep Guardiola's side last December.
Mourinho had told them to turn down their music and United players did not forget to the incident as they replayed the scene to their neighbours, The Sun reports.
Paul Pogba revealed Michael Carrick instigated the move for players to have their pound of flesh.
The France midfielder said: "I didn't want to lose against City, the loss from last season is still in my mind.
"If they won they are champions, for all the fans it would be like death.
"Michael Carrick has helped me a lot with these late runs, he always shows me videos of what I should be doing."
Jesse Lingard is understood to be the main mastermind having clashed with Fernandinho soon after the half-time whistle was blown.
United had gone down by 2-0 at half time through Vincemt kompany and Leroy Sane knowing full well they will confirmed champions.
Mourinho's side played for bragging rights as Paul Pogba scored a brace within the space of three minutes to put United level and Chris Smalling finished off the match to win 3-2.
City will have to beat Tottenham at the weekend to put a seal to their remarkable to the Premier League season.
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