What Kyle Walker said on Twitter after Man City denied win against Spurs

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Kyle Walker lined up in the Manchester City side to face his former side Tottenham Hotspur at the Etihad Stadium yesterday.

The right-back left Spurs in July 2017 for £45million to join Pep Guardiola’s side (BBC) with the North London club still somewhat struggling to find a capable replacement.

Walker was his industrious self, bombing up and down the right flank and showing he still has the electric pace that made himself such a threat on many occasions at White Hart Lane.

However, despite experiencing success at City, he once again found himself denied by victory against his former side following a VAR review.

City were celebrating after Gabriel Jesus appeared to have scored in injury time, but the goal was ruled out because the ball had brushed Aymeric Laporte’s arm in the build-up.

After the match, Walker took to Twitter to share his frustration whilst also admitting it was good to catch up with some of his former team-mates.


City may have dominated the proceedings, but the only stat which matters is the final 2-2 scoreline.

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