Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne suffered facial injury when his side lost to Chelsea 0–1 in the final. He damaged his nose and eye when he collided with Antonio Rudiger during the Champions League final against Chelsea.
On Saturday, Bruyne had to leave the field after hitting Antonio Rudiger in the 60th minute of the match. According to a report, Gabriel Jesus replaced the injured, who has been diagnosed with a fractured nose and eye socket. Bruyne was unable to get up for several minutes, hence City’s medical staff treated him on the pitch.
Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne, who was injured in the final of the Champions League football tournament against Chelsea, has been discharged from the hospital. The Belgian international tweeted on Sunday, “Hi guys just got back from the hospital. My diagnosis is Acute nose bone fracture and left orbital fracture. I feel okay now. Still disappointed about yesterday obviously but we will be back.”
No information was given on whether his injury would affect his inclusion in Euro 2020, however, it is reported that the 29-year-old Belgian legend will be a doubt for the European Championships starting within two weeks. The Belgian team will begin their campaign against Russia on 12 June at Euro 2020.
Kevin’s team Manchester City lost the Champions League final to Chelsea, who won the title for the second time. Forward Havertz of Germany scored for Chelsea in the 42nd minute. Chelsea defender N’Golo Kante was adjudged Man of the Match for his brilliant performance in the match. Earlier Chelsea became champions in the year 2012.