- Kevin De Bruyne has claimed that Kyle Walker is a good player at Manchester City
- This comes after Walker was attacked by Manchester United legend Roy Keane
- Manchester City are currently occupying 10th position on the EPL table
Kevin De Bruyne has jumped to the defense of his Manchester City teammates Kyle Walker who was recently attacked by Manchester United legend Roy Keane.
Kyle Walker tripped Sadio Mane during Liverpool's Premier League game against Manchester City in which the referee gave the EPL champions a penalty which was scored by Mohamed Salah.
Roy Keane who was doing a punditry work for the match was angry and blasted Kyle Walker for how he brought down Mane which gave Liverpool a penalty.
Liverpool got vital point in the Premier League encounter and Keane blamed Kyle Walker for Manchester City not getting a win.
Belgian star Kevin De Bruyne has now gone against the statement made by Roy Keane claiming that his teammate at the Etihad stadium is a thorough professional.
"He is never injured he plays all the time, he's reliable and he's a really good defender. I think the job that he does is a really good one.
"Obviously every position is different you can't compare the work that Kyle does to say what Trent Alexander-Arnold does at Liverpool.
"But there's a reason why he's playing all these years at this level for all these teams.''
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how a goal each from Ferran Torres, Gabriel Jesus and Joao Cancelo were all Manchester City needed to claim their third straight win in the Champions League this campaign.
Having already beaten FC Porto and Marseille in their first two meetings, the Premier League giants produced yet another superb performance to outshine their Greek opponent at the Etihad.
The victory also means that they have kept two clean sheets in their first three outings in Europe this campaign as they eye their first title on the continent.
City took the lead in the 12th minute through summer signing, Torres, after making a one-two pass with Kevin De Bruyne.
He then made a run down the right side of the danger zone before placing the ball straight onto the left corner of the goal post.
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