Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany
said it was too early to say his team's convincing 4-1 win over Manchester United would be the defining game of the
2013-14 English Premier League season. The derby win brought back memories of the 6-1 win at United two years ago when City won the EPL title.
"When we won 6-1 at Old Trafford," the
Belgian said, "I said we needed to stay humble, it's only three points. But it gives us all the confidence and allows fans to celebrate for a couple of days."
Kompany told Sky Sports One
he thought the game meant a little bit more to City than to United, the defending league champion.
"We've been looking forward to it," he said. "Our fans have been speaking about it for a
long time and we needed to win. We have a fantastic home record and we know there is no reason we should fear the opposition."
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