Kevin De Bruyne returned to training with the Belgium national team on Wednesday after a minor hamstring issue sidelined him from yesterday’s session.
KDB was seen nursing a sore hamstring at the conclusion of City’s win over Chelsea, during which he scored the decisive goal, but it was only a small problem and he was back among the action today.
— Kristof Terreur 📰 (@HLNinEngeland) October 4, 2017
One of the standout players not just in the Premier League, but all of Europe so far this season, De Bruyne will be one of Belgium’s key players at this year’s World Cup in Russia, with City teammate Vincent Kompany also hoping to overcome injury problems for one last World Cup with the Red Devils.
Belgium have already qualified for the World Cup and City fans will be hoping that coach Roberto Martínez rests De Bruyne for at least one of their upcoming fixtures against Bosnia and Herzegovina and Cyprus. The Blues are favourites to win the title on EPL betting lines and the fitness of KDB will be paramount to their chances of success.