Manchester City confirm Gabriel Jesus suffered knee ligament injury at Crystal Palace

Manchester City confirm Gabriel Jesus suffered knee ligament injury at Crystal Palace
Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus receives treatment. Photo: Steven Paston/PA Wire

Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus suffered a medial collateral ligament injury in Sunday’s goalless draw with Crystal Palace.

Jesus is expected to face a lengthy period on the sidelines with scans expected to determine the extent of the injury within the coming days, the Premier League leaders announced on Monday evening.

The 20-year-old went off the pitch in tears at Selhurst Park after picking up the injury early in the first half.

- Press Association

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