Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has called today 6-1 derby defeat to Manchester City as the club the "worst day ever."
United were hammered in the second half at Old Trafford as a city overgrown by the home team lost Jonny Evans, a red card in the 47th Minute after a foul on two-goal hero Mario Balotelli as the last defender.
Ferguson was completely devastated after the match, which saw Sergio Aguero, Edin Dzeko (2) and David Silva all guests for Roberto Mancini side, while Darren Fletcher got one back for United, but it was not nearly enough.
"It was our worst day so far," said Ferguson.
"It is the worst result in my story, ever. Even as a player I do not think I ever lost 6-1. The challenge is for me.
"I can not believe that was the score line. The first aim a blow for sure, but it was available at 1-0.
"The sending off was a killer for us, we keep attacking when we went down 4-1 and we should have just said," .. We had our day "
"We just kept attacking. They attacked three against two. It was crazy football," he added.
"I thought with the experience we have - Rio Ferdinand, Patrice Evra - they (more defense), but we simply have to attack it sometimes has the good sense about his ..