Kevin De Bruyne’s Hopes In Doubt After Facial Fractures

 He had to be one of the leading characters of Pep Guardiola's Man City. Unfortunately, it was negative, with a bad injury that forced him to leave the Du Dragao field in the 59th minute. Kevin de Bruyne, the Belgian midfielder, took a nasty blow to the head after colliding with  Antonio Rudiger in yesterday’s UEFA Champions League. He was helped off the field and straight down to the tunnel, with Gabriel Jesus coming on to replace him.

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Belgium Coach Worried

De Bruyne will now likely be unavailable for Belgium's warm-up games against Greece and Croatia over the next eight days. Kevin De Bruyne is a major doubt for Euro 2020 and Roberto Martinez after suffering an acute nose bone fracture and fractured left eye socket in Manchester City's Champions League final defeat to Chelsea.

Kevin’s message the next the Day

This morning, the playmaker removed the doubts about his condition, although de bruyne suffered a bone fracture and left diagnosis is acute nose, he told on social media: "Hi guys, I just got back from the hospital. Diagnosis is an acute bone fracture of the nose and left orbital fracture. I feel good now. Obviously still disappointed for yesterday but we will return to the final ”.

Ilkay Gundogan on De bruyne 

“For me, it was excessive force and it was reckless. And it should have been a red card.“Kevin is not a player that goes down for no reason. You can see the pain and it’s a swollen eye.”

Reflecting on City's painful defeat, midfielder Ilkay Gundogan tweeted: “It damn sucks to post after a big final defeat. We've been so close, it hurts so much - today even more than yesterday to be honest.”

Good luck to the Belgian who won the Premier League title for Manchester City but did not make it to the FA Cup Finals, with the hope of being able to see him again at the European Championships.


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