Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus off in tears with knee injury

01 January, 2018, 04:22 | Author: Kristine Mills
  • Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus off in tears with knee injury

Belgium global De Bruyne, who has been instrumental to City's success this season, suffered the injury after a foul by Palace's Jason Puncheon in stoppage time at Selhurst Park and left the pitch on a stretcher, with his right leg in a brace.

Puncheon too needed to be stretchered off and Guardiola called for a renewed effort from officials to protect all players from risky tackles. We were lucky against Tottenham and against Newcastle.

Guardiola said last week that the striker will decide his own future, but remains a key player in his plans this season. Referees have to protect. We know how strong physically it is in England but teams miss big players, not just Manchester City.

Manchester City have narrowly escaped defeat at Crystal Palace as their winning run in the Premier League ends.

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Both Gabriel and De Bruyne face tests to determine the extent of the injuries picked up in game that also saw Palace's Scott Dann and Jason Puncheon leave the pitch on stretchers.

"The replay [of the Puncheon challenge] speaks for itself".

The Brazilian, who is expecting to play at next year's World Cup, appeared to overstretch early on at Selhurst Park, requiring medical attention.

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