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Russian TV station accidentally uses Man United's badge for Man City clash

A Russian television channel accidentally uses Manchester United's club badge to represent Manchester City during last night's Champions League matches.

A Russian television station appears to have mistaken former Premier League champions Manchester City for their rivals Manchester United.

The blunder was made during City's 2-1 win over CSKA Moscow in the Champions League yesterday.

Instead of displaying City's club crest alongside that of CSKA, Russian channel HTB mistakenly opted for United's instead.

The match itself was marred by allegations of monkey chanting from CSKA fans towards City midfielder Yaya Toure.

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