Kevin De Bruyne says Tottenham's new stadium is nothing special

Kevin De Bruyne says Tottenham's new stadium is nothing special

- Kevin De Bruyne has made it clear that Man City are not scared to play at Spurs' new stadium

- Tottenham will be hosting Manchester City in the Champions League on Tuesday night, April 9

- De Bruyne has now played down the hype given to Spurs new ground saying it won't help them

Manchester City forward Kevin De Bruyne has claimed that Tottenham's new stadium is nothing special and will not give Spurs any advantage in Tuesday's night, April 9, Champions League tie.

Last week, Tottenham's £1 billion stadium was officially opened in which Spurs defeated visiting Crystal Palace in a Premier League game.

The atmosphere at the new ground was electric as Spurs fans cheered on their players with roaring support from the stands.

Belgian football star De Bruyne who is expected to play alongside his Man City teammates on Tuesday, April 9, has now reacted to the hype been given to the new stadium.

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"I don’t care about the stadium. I care about the team we play. Everybody talks about the stadium like it’s something special.

"Everybody has a stadium, everybody has supporters.

"They’ll be up for it, they’ll probably be a little bit more excited, but in the end it’s a stadium with supporters.

"I don’t think there will be any difference,'' De Bruyne explained.

En route to the 2018/19 Champions League quarterfinal, Manchester City defeated Schalke, while Tottenham on the other hand beat Dortmund in their own game.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Premier League side, Tottenham Hotspurs, ushered a new era after the club opening doors to their renovated White Hart Lane stadium.

According to reports, the new stadium that boasts of modern features saw the club spend a whopping (£1 billion) on the renovations.

The stadium has been touted as the best in the Premier League as it highlights mind-boggling themes, including the world's first ever retractable pitch.

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