The Manchester City midfielder was self-critical after being left out of the Champions League against Olympique Lyon and said “it’s a different year and the same thing keeps happening.”
In Manchester City the trophy of the Champions League It is still far away, since this Saturday I was eliminated at the hands of Olympique de Lyon in the quarterfinals. For this reason, Kevin De Bruyne analyzed the match at the end of the 3-1 defeat in the José Alvalade Stadium.
“It is a different year and the same thing keeps happening. The first half was not good enough, but in the second half we played very well,” the Belgian began before the media.
“The second half we played well, we had them under pressure. We were more offensive. Even at 2-1, if Raheem Sterling scored the goal it meant a draw, but they made it 3-1 and the game was over,” he added.
For his part, the blue midfielder made a self-criticism about this elimination. “Olympique de Lyon didn’t really create many situations, although we have to learn from this,” he said.
Ultimately, De Bruyne wanted to put this unfavorable result aside, saying, “I need to go home because my wife is pregnant. Now I need something I can focus on.”
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