Man City MF De Bruyne injured in training

Doug Mendoza
August 20, 2018

"So I hope this one will be similar, especially in terms of the way we play and in terms of winning".

City have not yet indicated how long the player will be sidelined but a two-month lay-off would see him miss the opening Champions League fixtures and a potentially crucial clash against Liverpool on October 7.

While his performances left many a City - and Premier League - fans in awe, Chelsea fans could only wonder "What if?".

Kevin De Bruyne was the heartbeat of the Manchester City juggernaut last season.

The new show was premiered at a lavish event in Manchester on Wednesday evening with Pep Guardiola and his squad in attendance. It is a tournament, you need to be good at the right time.

Guardiola, along with club CEO Ferran Soriano and City director of football Txiki Begiristain, bought Tast in February and the restaurant is headed by two Michelin-starred Catalan chef Paco Perez.

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Guardiola was filmed telling his players: "You killed them [United] while playing football and even in the bad moments you were there, guys". "It is a different prospect, cup games are different to a league".

During Manchester City's training on Wednesday, de Bruyne hurt his knee and he will get assessed in the coming days.

Speaking to the "BBC' about the filming, De Bruyne said "In the beginning it was a little bit awkward. I'm hungry for a lot more".

De Bruyne scored eight goals and made 16 assists as City lifted the league title with record-breaking 100 points last season. We cope with it fine.

In fact, they're both absolutely central to his footballing philosophy: "To become a top top top top top team you have to score the f--ing goals, guys!" "If you explain what you are thinking then there is no problem".

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