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Rodri discloses a new injury concern for Manchester City that he sustained during the Real Madrid classic.


In the upcoming days, Manchester City will be keeping a closer eye on one defender’s health after Rodri disclosed a fresh issue with the team’s back end.

In an exciting match at the Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday night, Pep Guardiola and his team demonstrated their Champions League-winning abilities. By rallying from behind, they made sure they would bring a winning outcome to the Etihad Stadium the following week.

After Rodrygo’s counterattack goal and Ruben Dias’ own goal negated Bernardo Silva’s opening goal inside the first two minutes, Phil Foden and Josko Gvardiol’s second-half goals were matched by an equally impressive Federico Valverde effort.

The outcome and overall performance in the Spanish capital will undoubtedly please Manchester City, but it has now been disclosed that one of their first-team players was having trouble near the end of the match due to an injury concern.

After Tuesday night’s 3-3 draw between Manchester City and Real Madrid, Rodri said that John Stones “had some problems” and was experiencing muscle tightness in the closing moments of the game.

According to Jack Gaughan of MailSport, the Spanish midfielder gave an explanation, saying, “John (Stones) was tight and had some problems at the end but he showed his courage because he knew that the team needed him.”

“This is the kind of thing we’re going to need,” Rodri said, “because he stayed until the very end instead of saying, ‘I need to go.'”

When Pep Guardiola meets with the media on Friday afternoon, he is expected to give a thorough update on the health of his team. This is because Manchester City will now be focusing on the Premier League and their next match at the Etihad Stadium against Luton Town.

Although there will undoubtedly be concerns about John Stones’ fitness for the squad, fans will probably want more information about Kyle Walker and Nathan Ake’s recuperation efforts.

Both defenders were left off of Manchester City’s traveling team for the match against Real Madrid, but they may be looking forward to the second leg as the perfect chance to help Pep Guardiola’s team once more.

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After Man City’s draw, Pep Guardiola instructs the president of Real Madrid to “fix” the issue.

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Posted at 1:30 am on April 10, 2024

Following Manchester City’s draw, Pep Guardiola expressed dissatisfaction with the Santiago Bernabeu pitch. (Source: Shutterstock)
Following Tuesday night’s 3–3 Champions League draw between Manchester City and Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu, Pep Guardiola called on Real Madrid to “fix” the condition of their pitch.

After just two minutes, Bernardo Silva opened the score with a deft move from a free kick that beat Madrid goalkeeper Andriy Lunin in an exciting quarterfinal first leg in the Spanish capital. After Eduardo Camavinga’s shot deflected off Ruben Dias and went through City goalkeeper Stefan Ortega, Madrid took the lead ten minutes later through Rodrygo’s effort.

In the 66th minute, Phil Foden equalized the score for City with a magnificent long-range effort, and Josko Gvardiol gave the visitors the lead again with another superb effort from outside the area. With 11 minutes left, Federico Valverde’s incredible volley allowed Madrid to salvage a draw.

Although Guardiola was dissatisfied with the condition of the playing surface for the match, Madrid decided to play the tie with the roof closed in order to enhance the atmosphere.

Guardiola remarked following the game, “I haven’t set foot on it, but that’s what the players have told me.”

“Make sure that neither the president nor the general public interpret it incorrectly.” Both the field and the locker rooms are amazing—a truly remarkable piece of work.

“Today, the grass at Real Madrid was not as good as it used to be; I remember that it used to be like a carpet.” But I have no doubt that they will solve the issue and there won’t be any problems.

The Bernabeu pitch, according to Pep Guardiola, was not like a carpet (Getty)
Rodri, a midfielder for City, agreed with Guardiola’s assessment of the Bernabeu field.

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