Karim Benzema has been named Uefa’s men’s player of the year after helping to fire Real Madrid to Champions League glory last season, finishing ahead of Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne and teammate Thibaut Courtois. Benzema scored 15 goals as Madrid won their 14th Champions League title last season, including crucial strikes in their run to the Paris final against Chelsea and Manchester City.
Manchester City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne (KDB) was a major absentee forBelgium during the 1-0 win over hosts Poland in Group A4 of the ongoing UEFA Nations League campaign. Ahead of the game atStadionNarodowy in the Polish capital city of Warsaw, Kevin De Bruyne was rested after a long and hard season in the colours of club and country. The Manchester City midfielder has been vocal about playing UEFA Nations League games on the back of a demanding season. After playing 50 games for Manchester City in all competitions, Kevin De Bruyne was involved in all the three Nations League games played by the Red Devils this month before the Poland game on Tuesday.
Kevin De Bruyne could not stop Belgium from being thrashed 4-1 by the Netherlands at home in the first of the Group A4 games for the Red Devils. Barcelona star Memphis Depay scored a brace for the Dutch team, while Inter Milan defender Denzel Dumfries andTottenham Hotspur attacker Steven Bergwijn also scored for the Dutch team. MichyBatshuayiwas subbed on in the place of the injured RomeluLukaku and he scored the only goal for Belgium. Continue reading “KDB RESTED FOR POLAND GAME”
Kevin De Bruyne(KDB) showed why he’s the main man for Manchester City once again after he scored four goals to fire his team closer to a second successive Premier League titleduring the 5-1 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Manchester City went into the Wolves game away from home with the knowledge that a win will take them three points clear of Liverpool in second place with two games left to play in the Premier League this season. They were able to achieve the outcome needed thanks to the brilliance of Kevin De Bruyne. Continue reading “KDB FIRES CITY CLOSER TO TITLE”
Manchester City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne was on the bench for the whole of the FA Cup semifinal clash with Liverpool at the iconic Wembley Stadium. Kevin De Bruyne watched from the bench as Manchester City were knocked out of the FA Cup final thanks to the 3-2 loss to the Reds.
Belgian international Kevin De Bruyne (KDB) was on target as his Manchester City side sealed a place in the FA Cup semifinals by thrashing hosts Southampton 4-1. The two Premier League teams met in an FA Cup quarterfinal tie on Saturday and it was English champions Manchester City who showed their supremacy by scoring three second half goals on the way to an emphatic win.
Southampton and Manchester City have faced each other twice in the league this season and they were inseparable in terms of the results. However, in their FA Cup quarterfinal tie over the weekend, Manchester City showed the gap between the two teams with an impressive second half display. In the league earlier this season, Manchester City were frustrated at home by Southampton as the two teams settled for a goalless draw. Continue reading “KDB ON TARGET IN CUP WIN”
Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne (KDB) has talked up the quality of Dutchman Virgil Van Dijk as he labelled him as one of the best central defenders in the world. Kevin De Bruyne talked about theLiverpool star while he was the guests of Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand on his Youtube channel. The Belgian playmaker was asked to pick him five-a-side team and he went on to talk about how good Van Dijk is as a defender.
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