Old Trafford, Thursday 10 November 1994
MANCHESTER UNITED 5
Cantona 24; Kanchelskis 43, 47, 89; Hughes 70
MANCHESTER CITY 0
United: Schmeichel, Bruce, Pallister, Irwin, Kanchelskis, Ince, McClair, Keane, Giggs (Scholes 45), Cantona, Hughes.
Subs not used: G.Neville, Walsh.
City: Tracey, Edghill, Phelan, Brightwell, Summerbee, Vonk, Lomas, Walsh, Flitcroft, Beagrie, Quinn.
Subs not used: Brightwell, Mike, Burridge.
On this day in 1994, Andrei Kanchelskis' one and only United hat-trick helped the Reds to a biggest-ever derby win at a chilly Old Trafford...
2-0 (42 mins): Cantona finds Kanchelskis in space on the right-hand side of the box and the flying winger's shot takes a handy deflection off Terry Phelan to leave keeper Simon Tracey helpless.
3-0 (47 mins): Kanchelskis is put through one-on-one just after the break and, though his initial shot is saved, he sidefoots in the rebound to put United out of sight.
4-0 (70 mins): Mark Hughes gets in on the act, nonchalantly poking home from seven yards with the outside of his right boot after trapping Roy Keane's cross.
5-0 (89 mins): The rout is complete. Cantona and Kanchelskis spring City's weak offside trap and the latter slots home at the second attempt to seal his treble.