Sport Guardiola worried for Bruyne before PSG

01:05  18 april  2021
01:05  18 april  2021 Source:   football365.fr

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Pep Guardiola has not been reassuring about the injury of its midfielder against Chelsea. Eleven days before the shock against PSG.

Kevin de Bruyne (Manchester City) © Provided by Football 365 Kevin de Bruyne (Manchester City) Definitely, physical seeds spare anyone. Touched to the right ankle and replaced by Phil Foden at the 48th minute this Saturday, during the defeat against Chelsea (0-1) in the semifinal of the England Cup, Kevin de Bruyne will spend exams on Sunday. From Bruyne, Man City engine present at press conference after the meeting, PEP Guardiola did not show up optimistic for his Belgian midfielder. "I do not know. He hurts. It does not look good. He will spend tests on Sunday," he said. The current leader of Manchester City could therefore miss the first league meeting in Aston Villa on Wednesday and the shock against Tottenham in the final of the League Cup on Sunday. Worse still, Kevin de Bruyne could especially be absent for the confrontation in the semifinal champions league against the PSG. A real blow for the cityzens, which could lose their best player at the worst time of the season.

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after residue: Guardiola wins with Manchester City at PSG .
In the Prinzenpark, Manchester City sat down in the previous year's finalist with 2: 1 (0: 1) and may now hope for the first final in the European masterclass. «The second half was excellent," praised coach Pep Guardiola. "These two away goals are so important." © Julien Poupert / Pa Wire / dpa Riyad Mahrez (26) of Manchester City celebrates with his teammates after his goal 2: 1 against Paris Saint-Germain.

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