Manchester United in the second half made a stunning come back, through Pogba who scored twice, that helped his team beat Man City at the Eithad Stadium.
Pep Guardiola’s side appeared on course to be cruising as they were leading 2-0 in the first half.
Chris Smalling in the 69th min volleyed home the winner by handing City a second straight defeat following their 3-0 Champions League reverse at Liverpool on Wednesday.
Romie Lukaku in the beginning of the second half, made a strong run into the Man City area but his attempted cross was cut out, with the corner coming off Kompany who ran across the area with nobody able to get a touch on it.
Man United were fortunate that they weren’t further behind with Sterling twice blazing over, before Jose Mourinho’s words in the half time sparked his side into the most unlikely of comebacks.
Pep Guardiola recalled Aguero and De Bruyne in the hope of saving a second league defeat in the campaign, and the former was denied a 200th goal for the club when De Gea acrobatically tipped from a close range header.
Man United have won 9 league games away when they are trailing behind by two goals.
Pep Guardiola’s side in all the competitions have conceded at least three goals in consecutive games.