Mario Balotelli mocks Manchester United after their one-sided derby defeat to his former side Man City

The Italy forward, 28, spent three years at the Etihad, famously revealing the "why always me?" T-shirt after scoring in the 6-1 win in 2011.

Balotelli plays for Nice in France now, but his Instagram activity shows he still cares about his former club.

Goals from David Silva, Sergio Aguero and Ilkay Gundogan wiped out Anthony Martial's penalty for a convincing City win.

And Balotelli – slammed as "less than average" by boss Patrick Vieira – trolled Jose Mourinho's side with a scathing comment online.

Underneath a photo of Aguero celebrating posted from City's official Instagram account, Balo wrote: "Once a blue always a blue!!!


Balotelli has not had quite the level of success City have enjoyed.

He has failed to find the back of the net in seven appearances for the Ligue 1 side so far this season, picking up five bookings in the process.

But he was clearly a keen observer of yesterday's derby – which saw Pep Guardiola argue with Raheem Sterling at full-time.

Balotelli was not the only one to rub Mourinho's face in it.

City full-back Kyle Walker posted then quickly deleted a tweet trolling their rivals.

He wrote: "Our opponent was red.

"We heard the away fans boo,

"We're twelve points ahead,

"And just like violets, Manchester is blue."

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