‘This Doesn’t Look Good’ ‘Game Over’ Fans React As City Receive Double Injury Blow

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Published on 2024-04-09 07:00:17

Manchester City defenders Kyle Walker and Nathan Ake have been ruled out of the first leg of the Champions League quarter-final tie against Real Madrid. Their absence has caused concern among supporters, who are feeling pessimistic about their team’s chances without them in the squad.

Walker and Ake would have been crucial in keeping Real’s attackers at bay, with Walker having a track record of neutralizing Vinicius Jr in previous meetings. Now, other players like Rico Lewis or Manuel Akanji will need to step up to fill the void left by their absence.

Despite the setback, City will aim to stay competitive in the tie and give themselves a chance in the second leg at home. With their offensive firepower, they have the potential to trouble Real’s defense and cause problems for the reigning European champions in the upcoming match.

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