Kevin De Bruyne, a vital player on Manchester City's roster, has been ruled out of the club's UEFA Super Cup match against Sevilla owing to a reoccurring hamstring problem. The injury occurred during City's 3-0 victory against Burnley in the first game of the season. De Bruyne was taken off the pitch after 36 minutes of play, replicating a comparable event from the champions league final. 

Pep Guardiola, manager of Manchester City, confirmed the terrible news by pointing out that de Bruyne's current hamstring injury was a recurrence of his prior one. Although the exact form of the injury is unknown, Guardiola predicts de Bruyne will be out for a few weeks.

Kevin De Bruyne has given important contributions to the team's success

De Bruyne was not included in the 22-man roster for the UEFA Super Cup match due to this setback. The UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League champions will face off on Wednesday in Athens in this annual fixture.

Kevin De Bruyne Given his important contributions to the team's succes. Kevin De Bruyne's absence is a serious setback for Manchester City. De Bruyne has contributed significantly to the team's success since joining the club in 2015 for a record fee of 54 million euros. Among his accomplishments are the UEFA Champions League victory, five Premier League championships, five League Cup victories, and two FA Cup victories. He has become a representation of Manchester City's accomplishments under Pep Guardiola's direction because of his technical prowess and capacity to improve the play of his teammates.