Kevin De Bruyne finally ‘injury and pain-free’?

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Reports suggest that Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne is finally ‘injury and pain-free’ and it is a massive boost for the club. Injury expert Ben Dinnery, who runs the Premier Injuries site recently revealed the news. Ben Dinnery has a background in medicine and data analysis.

Kevin De Bruyne during an interview with CityTV revelated that he had fully recovered from an injury, he said:

“I am happy and playing pain-free”.

The Belgium international also revealed that he regretted his decision of taking pain-killing injections for an ankle injury he picked up earlier this term and he also tested positive for Covid-19.

Despite playing with pain due to the injury setback earlier this term. His performances have not dropped off at all. The Belgium star recently picked up Manchester City’s Etihad Player of the Month for January. Alongside that, he also picked up the City’s Goal of the Month competition for his wonderful striker against Chelsea on 15 January.

Kevin De Bruyne has made 17 appearances in the league this term. In this time he has recorded six goals and two assists. (stats via Transfermarkt) The Manchester City star had a very good January month. He looked like he was back to his best and was the standout player for City throughout the month.

Ben Dinnery verdict on Kevin De Bruyne injury setback

Talking to Football Insider‘s Adam Williams about the Belgium international’s injury, Ben said:

“This has been reflected in his performance metrics recently,”

“In his last six games, he has created 20 chances for his teammates and directly contributed to six goals.

“His status in that City team cannot be understated. On his day, he will go down as one of the greatest players in the Premier League.

“Even in a team full of stars, he is still one of the standouts. Going back a few years, he was undroppable in that Pep roulette team.

“In maybe the last 12 months, he hasn’t been as nailed-on as he once was.“But the performances we’ve seen in different times make him one of the names you can guarantee in the first XI.

“He is a player who can win a match in the blink of an eye. It will be liberating to reach that pain-free status and a massive positive for City.”

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