Manchester City hit by injuries after international break

Manchester City are struggling with a series of injuries just 12 days before their trip to Madrid, with several players sidelined due to various injuries sustained during the international break.

As the crucial point Champions League With Madrid’s clash with City looming in less than two weeks, the English club are facing a wave of injuries which has hit the team hard during the international break. Players like John Stones and Manuel Akanji are the latest victims, injured on Tuesday. Stones only played the first ten minutes of the friendly against Belgium before being substituted due to muscular problems. Akanji was not at all ready for the match against the Netherlands after suffering an injury during Monday’s training session.

These two join other members of Guardiola’s squad sidelined by injuries: Kyle Walker was injured last Saturday in England’s friendly against Brazil at Wembley, 20 minutes into Additionally, Portuguese players Bernardo Silva and Rúben Dias, along with six other Portuguese players, left their national team camp ahead of the friendly match against Slovenia. Silva has been spotted in Andorra and Sitges these days. And although Haaland caused concerns, he played against Slovenia but missed a penalty. Key midfielder Rodri captained Spain and played the entire match against Brazil after missing a match against Colombia due to a family issue.

City have a busy schedule and play a must-win match against first-placed Arsenal on Sunday, followed by the top six, Aston Villa (Wednesday), then Crystal Palace.

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