Guardiola expects up to two months out for Jesus

Guardiola expects up to two months out for Jesus

Guardiola expects up to two months out for Jesus

Roy Hodgson's Crystal Palace became only the second Premier League team to hold Manchester City to a draw today.

City's frustration seemed at its highest towards the end of the first half when Leroy Sane and De Bruyne were seen arguing after appearing to be on different wave lengths in the final third, but Guardiola believes such disagreements are normal.

But Guardiola does not see Sanchez leaving Arsenal in the coming weeks.

City drew 0-0 after Palace missed a late penalty, but they will be most concerned over two injuries to their players. I don't know what happen with him in that last action.

Asked after the 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace whether he was planning a move for Sanchez, he explained: "He is a player from Arsenal and I think he is going to stay at Arsenal".

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Referee Jon Moss had initially refused to allow medical staff to come onto the pitch to give Gabriel treatment shortly after he hurt his knee trying to control a ball.

Hopefully not tough, but maybe one or two months he will be out.

Puncheon was booked for his tackle on De Bruyne, in which he also injured himself, but could easily have been given a straight red card. "Then Kevin we were lucky, well not lucky". We were lucky in the past.

'The replay speaks for itself. "They must protect the players", Guardiola said. Not since August 21 had Manchester City dropped any points.

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