Manchester United's 6-1 defeat to City has been the given classic Nazi overdub treatment, but not even a furious Hitler can capture the anger and embarrassment United fans suffered in the wake of the Old Trafford humiliation.
United had started the season in confident mood, beating Arsenal, 8-2, and looking every bit the defending champions. "We're Man United, we'll do what we want," sang the fans at every opportunity as they anticipated title No. 20.
City were a looming threat with their vast financial resources and the trophy monkey finally off the back, but nobody in football saw what was coming on Sunday 23rd October.
City swarmed all over their neighbours in the closing exchanges, becoming the first team to score six at Old Trafford since 1930. Sir Alex Ferguson suffered his darkest day as United manager, and the title race was completely turned on its head.
United have all too predictably steadied their ship since, and the two Manchester teams currently stand level on points at the top of the Premier League. What happens next will definitely be worth watching.