Man City sweating on Kevin De Bruyne’s fitness for Arsenal clash after being sent back with injury from Belgium duty

KEVIN DE BRUYNE has been sent back to Manchester City after his injury scare at Wembley on Sunday.

The Belgium international looked in some discomfort when he was subbed late in the 2-1 defeat to England.

Kevin De Bruyne faces a race against time to be fit to face Arsenal on Saturday


Kevin De Bruyne faces a race against time to be fit to face Arsenal on SaturdayCredit: Getty Images – Getty

He spent Monday with the rest of Roberto Martinez’s squad in London – and was even pictured out on his bike with team-mates.

However it was decided he would not be ready to play against Iceland tomorrow night – so will not board the flight to Reykjavik today.

Instead he will return to the Etihad where City will be keen to see if there are any major issues with a game against Arsenal looming on Saturday.

A tweet from the Belgium FA read: “Kevin De Bruyne has returned to his club. He

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Novak Djokovic gives fitness update after Carreno Busta accuses him of feigning injury concerns

Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic

Pablo Carreno Busta made a startling accusation on Wednesday when he alleged that top seed Novak DJokovic was feigning injury concerns during their quarter-final meetings at French Open 2020. 17th seed Carreno Busta took the first set 6-4 only to go down in 4 sets and crash out of the competition.

Novak Djokovic seemingly wasn’t in top gear in the first set as he had headed into the match with a strap on his neck and his movements were restricted. Carreno Busta though was ruthless as he came up with spotless service games while Djokovic was struggling with it, getting only 40 percent of his first serves in.

After losing the first set, Djokovic received treatment on-court as his trainer worked on his upper-left arm. Djokovic was feeling uncomfortable but after the on-court treatment, the Serb was able to manage a strong comeback and fend off the threat

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Acute Kidney Injury in COVID-19 Varies, But It Is Deadly

Editor’s note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center.

The incidence of acute kidney injury (AKI) among patients hospitalized for COVID-19 in China was significantly lower than for similar patients in the United States, a new retrospective study from Wuhan indicates.

However, mortality among patients who do develop AKI following COVID-19 infection — especially if they require dialysis — is much higher in both regions than it is for patients who do not sustain kidney damage, this and other studies consistently show.

In an editorial accompanying the Wuhan study, published in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, Edward Siew, MD, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, and Bethany Birkelo, DO, Veterans Affairs, Nashville, Tennessee, say the Chinese researchers should “be commended” for their contribution to the literature. “The extraction and analysis of data under challenging conditions with several clinical and logistical unknowns are

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