By the numbers: Manchester United's embarrassing derby loss
Manchester United put forth another disjointed display against a rival club Saturday, suffering humiliation at the hands of Manchester City in a 2-0 defeat that showed the enormous gulf between the two sides. Don't be fooled by the scoreline: This was as comprehensive as Liverpool's 5-0 destruction of the Red Devils - also at Old Trafford - just two weeks ago.
Below, we review some of the damning evidence highlighting just how poorly Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side performed in the derby defeat.
2 - Manchester United had more shot attempts on their own net - one each from defenders Eric Bailly and Victor Lindelof - than they did on Manchester City's goal at the other end. Bailly's unfortunate redirection beat David De Gea for the contest's opening tally.
4 - Kevin De Bruyne was far from his sparkling best, but the Belgian still created more chances (four) than the entire Manchester United team.
8 - United have now lost eight home matches across all competitions in the calendar year. That hasn't happened since 1989.
11 - Norwich City - who entered the weekend in last place in the Premier League with just two points - have conceded fewer goals at Carrow Road (10) than Manchester United have at Old Trafford (11) this season.
14 - The Red Devils haven't recorded a clean sheet at home in 14 games across all competitions. It's their worst run since a 21-game streak from April 1958 to March 1959.
21 - In perhaps the most staggering stat to emerge from Saturday's contest, 21% of Manchester United's home defeats in Premier League history have now come with Solskjaer at the helm, according to Duncan Alexander of The Analyst. Is he on borrowed time?
71 - Manchester City had 71% possession versus their outclassed rivals. Even against a Pep Guardiola-coached team that prides itself on retaining the ball, that's a harrowing figure for United, especially at home.
753 - Manchester City completed 753 passes Saturday. No team has racked up more against Manchester United in a Premier League match since Opta began recording pass data at the start of the 2003-04 season.