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Pep Guardiola reveals ‘concern’ about Kevin De Bruyne damage as Man City star faces race to be match for Carabao Cup closing conflict in opposition to Tottenham


Pep Guardiola admits he’s ‘involved’ about Kevin De Bruyne, who sustained an damage throughout Manchester City’s FA Cup defeat to Chelsea.

De Bruyne hobbled off within the 48th minute of the semi-final tie after touchdown awkwardly on his ankle at Wembley.

De Bruyne’s semi-final was over early in the second half

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De Bruyne’s semi-final was over early within the second half

The extent of the Belgian’s damage is just not clear, nevertheless, there are fears he received’t be out there for City’s Carabao Cup closing date with Tottenham subsequent Sunday.

Guardiola advised talkSPORT: “Tomorrow [Sunday] we are going to see. We’re just a little bit involved however we are going to know tomorrow.”

The City boss later mentioned to the media: “It doesn’t look good. He has ache.”

Regardless of the De Bruyne setback, City had been sluggish all through the tie as Hakim Ziyech’s 55th-minute strike sealed a deserved win for Chelsea.

Will De Bruyne be fit for the Carabao Cup final next weekend?

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Will De Bruyne be match for the Carabao Cup closing subsequent weekend?

The outcome additionally ended City’s hopes of successful an unprecedented quadruple however Guardiola insists he’s not upset at lacking out on all 4 main trophies this time period.

Talking to talkSPORT, he added: “It’s the very fact we’re upset to lose this sport and to achieve the ultimate.

“Final season we arrived and didn’t win however not for the 4 titles. We by no means talked about that.

“It’s not about successful the competitions, it’s about Aston Villa [ in the Premier on Wednesday].”

Man City are set to win the Premier League, are a win away from a fourth straight Carabao Cup and are in the Champions League semi-finals

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Man City are set to win the Premier League, are a win away from a fourth straight Carabao Cup and are within the Champions League semi-finals





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