Manchester City fans react to Kevin De Buyne injury update following Champions League final
Manchester City supporters have taken to Twitter to send messages of support to Kevin De Bruyne.
The Belgian international posted on Twitter that he had suffered an Acute nose bone fracture and left orbital fracture. De Bruyne was forced off in the UEFA Champions League final after colliding head-first with Antonio Rudiger.
City fell to a 1-0 defeat against their Premier League rivals in their first-ever Champions League final. And the injury to De Bruyne was seen as a key moment in the fixture.
The former Wolfsburg star has been pivotal to City’s Champions League journey this season, with the 29-year-old midfielder scored three goals and assisted four in Europe.
City fans were devastated after De Bruyne’s injury against Chelsea, and supporters took to social media to send their well wishes to the Belgian international.
Here’s what some City fans had to say to De Bruyne on Twitter.
We love you Kevin. You’re still the GOAT. We’ll be back stronger next year with and hope Pep sets you up with a world class no.9 next season.— CITYZEN (@austin3mb) May 30, 2021
We love you Kevin. Get well soon. Enjoy the summer and get ready for next season with together and stronger.— Emran king (@Emranking16) May 30, 2021
Get well soon Kev, we go again next year💙— VSD💙 (@VSDmcfc) May 30, 2021
Chin up kapitan…you'll be back, stronger and better 💙💙— ジョン・ムネネ🇰🇪 (@nene_krykertz) May 30, 2021
Big player love ya kev ❤— Kiks (@Messiregen47) May 30, 2021
Get well soon. There's Euros ahead— Marcel (@sauceprinz) May 30, 2021
Despite suffering fractures in his face, De Bruyne is likely to feature for Belgium in this summer’s Euros.
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