Kevin De Bruyne looked distraught (Picture: Getty)Manchester City could be without Kevin De Bruyne for the title-run in after the midfielder was forced off in the first half of their clash with Spurs with a suspected knee injury.
The Belgian appeared to lose his balance when taking a shot from the edge of the area and he booted the ball out of play when play resumed in order to be substituted.
The midfielder was given medical attention on the pitch but he looked distraught as the physio tested his knee.
De Bruyne was able to get to his feet but he headed straight down the tunnel and was replaced by Fernandinho.
De Bruyne required attention (Picture: Reuters)City will now be sweating over the midfielder’s fitness and will be fearing that he’ll be unable to feature in the remainder of the season.
Pep Guardiola’s men face Manchester United at Old Trafford on Wednesday, which De Bruyne’s almost certain to miss.
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The midfielder’s endured an injury-ravaged campaign but he’s recently looked to be back to his best and provided three assists in last week’s incredible 4-3 win against Spurs.
Phil Foden scored his first Premier League goal for the club to give City a 1-0 lead at the break against Tottenham at the Etihad.
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