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Pep Guardiola admitted he was not sure whether or not the damage Kevin De Bruyne sustained in Manchester Metropolis’s win over Fulham was severe.
The Premier League champions cruised by to the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup with a 2-Zero victory over Fulham on the Etihad.
Spanish teenager Brahim Díaz scored both aspect of half-time to safe the win and arrange and conflict with both Leicester City or Southampton within the last-eight.
De Bruyne, who missed the primary two months of the brand new season with a knee damage, hobbled off the pitch late on and headed straight down the tunnel.
And Guardiola confirmed he was being assessed by Manchester Metropolis’s medical group as he addressed the media following the sport.
‘He’s being checked by the docs. I don’t know proper now,’ Guardiola mentioned.
‘We don’t know if it’s nothing or if it’s one thing severe.’
Belgian playmaker De Bruyne, one in all Manchester Metropolis’s stars of their Premier League triumph, produced an excellent show earlier than being substituted.
‘I believe in the present day Kevin is again. The Kevin we all know,’ Guardiola added.
‘He made an enormous effort towards Shakhtar, performed a couple of minutes towards Spurs in troublesome situations.
‘Right this moment he was concerned in offence and defence, hopefully what occurred within the final minute will not be severe.’
Guardiola additionally confirmed Metropolis would do ‘all the pieces’ they’ll to retain the providers of Díaz, who has been linked with a transfer to Actual Madrid in current weeks.
‘We are going to do completely all the pieces to maintain him with us,’ the Metropolis boss mentioned. ‘We wish him, however on the finish it doesn’t rely on us.’
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