Fears for Man City’s Kyle Walker after West Ham

Pep Guardiola and Kyle Walker

West Ham 1 – Man City 4

Premier League champions Man City put in another superb performance on Sunday at the London Stadium.

The Sky Blues beat West Ham United 4-1, as Pep Guardiola’s men broke through the 100-goals barrier for the season.

Leroy Sane fired Man City ahead, before a Declan Rice own goal double City’s advantage. Aaron Cresswell got West Ham back into the game just before the break, but City extended their lead after the break.

Gabriel Jesus and Fernandinho found the target to wrap up the comfortable away win.

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Fears for Man City’s Kyle Walker

But City’s win may have come at a cost.

England international Kyle Walker was forced out of the game on the hour mark.

Walker went off the pitch with a knock, and fears are now heightened the defender’s Premier League season may be over.

It’s believed Walker suffered a groin strain that would mean he’d miss City’s remaining matches this season.

If Walker is indeed injured for the rest of the campaign, that could afford Danilo a few more matches to impress.

For the record, there is no reason to fear that Walker will be out for England at this summer’s World Cup in Russia.

The Sky Blues only have three fixtures left in the campaign: Huddersfield (h), Brighton (h) and Southampton (a).

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