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The Kevin De Bruyne moment at Crystal Palace that will thrill Pep Guardiola for Tottenham return

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Pep Guardiola went above and beyond his usual comments when he spoke about Kevin De Bruyne's performance at Crystal Palace, but it was hard not to be excited by the Manchester City playmaker's performance.

After a year to forget thanks to injuries, De Bruyne gave a reminder of his immense talent with a delicious ball kissed across the Selhurst Park pitch for Raheem Sterling to run on to and score the opening goal.



As an exhausted City strove for a 19th consecutive league win, De Bruyne broke up the pitch late on but was scythed down by an horrific tackle from Jason Puncheon.



With City wobbling after Palace's late goal, Guardiola had tried to control the game by throwing on John Stones for Leroy Sane to make his side more solid at the back.

With De Bruyne on the pitch, the improbable becomes a little more possible.

City will need players to single-handedly win games from the first to the last minute if they are to achieve their ridiculously high ambitions this season, starting with their Champions League quarter-final.

While results may have suggested otherwise, City have missed their best player from last season.
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