Kevin De Bruyne to miss Man City's Champions League clash against Dinamo Zagreb

Kevin De Bruyne to miss Man City's Champions League clash against Dinamo Zagreb

- Kevin De Bruyne has been ruled out of Manchester City's Champions League game against Dinamo Zagreb

- City are said to have confirmed that De Bruyne suffered injury in Premier League win over Everton

- The Belgium international has provided eight assists this season for the Citizens in the EPL

Manchester City have suffered a major blow ahead of their Champions League clash against Dinamo Zagreb as Kevin De Bruyne will be missing the game due to injury.

The Premier League champions will host Zagreb in their second game in Group C on Tuesday night, October 1, in which a win for the Citizens will take them to the top.

According to the report on Sky Sports, the Belgian football star picked up the injury in Manchester City's Premier League win over Everton.

And after series of test, Kevin De Bruyne was unable to take part in Manchester City's training on Monday, September 30.

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"Kevin De Bruyne suffered a groin injury in the win over Everton and will miss tonight's game against Dinamo Zagreb.

"The extent of his layoff depends on how well he responds to the rehabilitation programme overseen by the club's medical staff.

"Everyone at City wishes Kevin a speedy recovery and we all look forward to seeing him back in blue soon,'' Man City explained in a statement according to Sky Sports.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester City attacking midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has been impressive so far this season for the reigning Premier League champions who are currently second on the table.

Last season, the Belgium international missed so many games for the Etihad landlords due to injuries. But this term, Kevin De Bruyne has been fantastic for Pep Guardiola's side registering eight assists so far.

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