Manchester City's Brazil striker Jesus out for a month says Guardiola

Guardiola says Man City only have 13 fit players

Remember the name! Liam Delap (son of Rory)

Pep Guardiola's side then followed that victory up by claiming a 2-1 win over Bournemouth in the third round of the League Cup on Thursday night.

"We were courageous and good in possession and caused Manchester City a few problems".

With City set to back up against Leicester City in the Premier League on Sunday, Guardiola believes too much is being asked of players at an admittedly tough time for everyone.

Guardiola was speaking for every club when he said: "No one cares about the players".

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Leicester City, meanwhile, have won both of their opening games in the Premier League and the Foxes now sit at the top of the table heading into this weekend's round of fixtures. "We looked risky, very good in possession and it does go to show that they felt they needed to bring on the likes of De Bruyne and Sterling".

Guardiola's side will be without Brazilian worldwide Gabriel Jesus for at least a month because of a muscle issue while Oleksandr Zinchenko, Sergio Aguero, Bernardo Silva and Joao Cancelo are all ruled out through injury. Nobody cares about the players.

"Everyone - the Premier League, UEFA, EFL - has defended their own business and position".

The City boss says he only has 13 fit senior players available after being hampered by injuries, the coronavirus and the lack of a significant pre-season.

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Yet despite the problems there were positives, notably with 17-year-old striker Liam Delap - son of former Ireland midfielder Rory - seizing his chance to impress on debut.

"That's why we have the academy and we trust them". We'll not change anything saying the opposite.

Defender Aymeric Laporte is a doubt after only just returning to training having also picked up the virus.

"But we had 11 months playing incredible games, then the players had two or three weeks and had to come back and play another season".

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