Manchester City Breaks Premier League Record, Koeman Attacks PSG Over Messi's Future
By 254Anchor | self meida writer
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Manchester City have won their last 13 games in all competitions, the longest winning run by a Premier League side since Arsenal between March-August 2002 (also 13).
Man City are the first side in PL history to win 12 consecutive matches played on Wednesdays.
Sergi Roberto could be out for at least 1 month if the first diagnosis is confirmed as he picked an injury yesterday. Tests will be done on Thursday.
Barcelona manager is angry at PSG for trying to unsettle the club legend by speaking about him to the press. In response to Paris Saint-Germain attacker Angel Di Maria talking about Barcelona's Lionel Messi to the media about potential transfers, Ronald Koeman used a press conference to call Di Maria "disrespectful" for discussing his star.
Jean-Michel Aulas (Lyon president): "We were in talks with Benzema last year, Juninho contacted him. If there is a real possibility of bringing Karim back to France we will find a solution. But a lot depends on Madrid's results."
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