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Sport Karma? I don't believe in that s*** - De Bruyne on Pogba's Manchester derby ban

03:55  05 december  2017
03:55  05 december  2017 Source:

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Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne has no time for talk of karma when it comes to assessing Paul Pogba's Manchester derby absence.

United's influential France international was sent off during last weekend's undulating 3-1 win at Arsenal and his manager Jose Mourinho confirmed there would be no appeal against his three-match ban for treading on Hector Bellerin.

It means the mouthwatering prospect of a midfield showdown between Pogba and De Bruyne, arguably the form player in the Premier Leauge this season, will not come to pass when Pep Guardiola's leaders travel to Old Trafford on Sunday.

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Kevin De Bruyne admitted he' s sad that Paul Pogba is missing the Manchester derby after the Manchester United midfielder was sent off in a 3-1 win When the Belgian was asked if Pogba ’ s ban was karma for his comments, the Manchester City man responded: ‘ I don ’ t believe in that s **t, I ’m a

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Pogba clumsily suggested during an interview with BBC Football Focus earlier last weekend that he hoped key City players would suffer injuries, in order to help United claw back the eight-point deficit they are currently nursing in second place.

A number of City fans labelled Pogba subsequently sidelining himself as a karmic occurrence but De Bruyne is keen to keep things simple in the heat of a title battle.

"I don't believe in that s***," he told reporters. "I'm a very straight forward guy.

"If someone believes it is karma then okay. Everyone has their right to their opinion.

"I don't want anyone to get injured. You want to play against the best teams and the best players.

"He can say whatever he wants. I don't care. We just have to be focused on whatever we’re doing."

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