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Dzeko: Man City could have scored more


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By Andrew Tuft

Wednesday 26 March 2014

Edin Dzeko believes Manchester City could have scored more goals against Manchester United in the Premier League meeting between the sides on Tuesday, ITV Sport has reported.


Edin Dzeko


City won 3-0 - with Dzeko scoring twice - and the striker said after the match that the scoreline could have been even more commanding if City had taken their chances.


“It's always good to win in a derby, especially when you win it like we did,” he said. “It was great for the fans to be here and to celebrate again.


“We are happy for them because a derby is something special and we showed them again who is the boss in the city.


“We could have scored another two in the first 30 minutes but we controlled the game, it was all about us. It could have been more but we were happy with 3-0.”


Yaya Toure scored the game’s third goal as City moved 15 points clear of the champions, having finished 11 points behind United last season.


City are second in the table, three points adrift of Chelsea, but with two games in hand.


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