Manchester City dealt massive blow as star man Kevin De Bruyne is forced off with an ankle injury during FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea… just a week before Carabao Cup showdown with Tottenham
- Kevin De Bruyne was forced off injured during Man City’s FA Cup semi-final
- He land awkwardly on his ankle when taking on Chelsea’s N’Golo Kante
- Manager Pep Guardiola was forced to replace his star player with Phil Foden
The playmaker was removed from the pitch after appearing to land awkwardly on his ankle when taking on N’Golo Kante.
As a result, manager Pep Guardiola was forced to introduce Phil Foden into the game in the 46th minute of the game.
Kevin De Bruyne was forced off injured during Man City’s FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea
After rolling his ankle, De Bruyne attempted to play on before going to the floor to receive treatment from City’s medical staff.
De Bruyne was subsequently substituted – limping off the pitch before heading down the tunnel.
Manchester City will be left sweating on the status of his injury as the club plough on in their quest for a quadruple.
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De Bruyne was subsequently substituted, limping off the pitch before heading down the tunnel