2018 Season

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2018 Schedule
1-0-0, 5th in English Premier League
De Bruyne arrives on crutches at Man City's film premiere (0:30)
Will Guardiola's Man City legacy be defined by UCL success? (4:04)
Premier League Predictor: Week 2 (1:53)
Man City have the depth to cope during De Bruyne's absence (3:05)
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20hJonathan Smith

De Bruyne suffers knee injury at City training

Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne is facing a spell on the sidelines after injuring his knee in training, the club has confirmed.

Wright: Sterling more comfortable at Man City than England (0:54)
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1dReuters

Man City don't need to win UCL - De Bruyne

Kevin De Bruyne said City do not need to win the Champions League as it does not demand the same level of consistency as the Premier League.

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2dJonathan Smith

City's Roberts set for Girona loan - sources

Roberts, 21, has spent the last two seasons on loan at Scottish champions Celtic, who were keen to sign him for a third year.

Where did Arsenal go wrong against Man City? (2:15)
David Silva retires from international football (0:30)
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3dESPN

Silva announces international retirement

Silva was part of the Spain squads that won the 2010 World Cup as well as the 2008 and 2010 European Championships, making 125 appearances in total.

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3dGabriele Marcotti, ESPN.com senior football writer

Man City impress at Arsenal; Pogba vs. Mourinho

The new season means Marcotti's Musings are back! This week, Gab looks at the Premier League's opening weekend, plus events around Europe.

Prem: Top goals from Week 1 (1:46)
Burley: Arsenal's problems can't be fixed in one window (1:43)
Extra Time: Benching Cech and the world's best striker (7:36)
Premier League Team of the Weekend: Week 1 (2:05)

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference2Tied-3rd
Goals Scored2Tied-3rd
Assists2Tied-2nd
Goals Conceded0Tied-1st