Kevin De Bruyne’s injury update as Man City title race admission made

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These are your Manchester City evening headlines on Sunday, November 26

Manchester City returned to Premier League action this weekend but unfortunately were unable to return to winning ways.

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Erling Haaland’s first half strike looked to have put City on course for a big three points vs Liverpool. Ruben Dias had a goal ruled out for a foul on Alisson in the second half as the Blues attempted to turn the screw.

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However, Trent Alexander-Arnold fired home with 10 minutes remaining to ensure the points were shared and the top of the Premier League table remains firmly in the balance. In our MEN Sport headlines, Kevin De Bruyne provides an injury update and Rio Ferdinand makes an admission about the title race.

De Bruyne’s injury update

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City midfielder De Bruyne has confirmed that he hopes to be back available early in 2024 as he continues to recover from a hamstring injury.

The 32-year-old has been sidelined since August after being forced off in City’s Premier League opener against Burnley at Turf Moor. He was withdrawn just 23 minutes into the season curtain-raiser and has not played since.

Though City are firmly in the title shake-up this season, his presence in midfield has been sorely missed. He is the Blues’ architect-in-chief and he directly contributed (goals and assists) to 41 goals in all competitions last season, helping the club secure a famous Treble.

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