Manchester CIty have suffered an injury blow after Kevin de Bruyne limped out of their FA Cup semi-final with Chelsea.

The talismanic midfielder appeared to land awkwardly on his ankle when taking on N'Golo Kante just one minute into the second half.

Whilst De Bruyne tried to continue after initially picking up the injury, he lasted just 30 seconds before going to the floor and receiving treatment.

De Bruyne was substituted, limping off the pitch before heading down the players' tunnel at Wembley Stadium to receive further treatment on his injury.

City will now be sweating on the severity of the 29-year-old's injury.

Despite having a quiet game at Wembley before going off, De Bruyne has been in sensational form for City recently and has been an instrumental figure in their quest for a quadruple.

De Bruyne missed seven games in January and February due to a hamstring injury but, aside from a two-game absence in 2019, has no history of ankle problems.

City will undoubtedly be keen to get the Belgium international back quickly should he need some time on the sidelines due to the injury with some key games coming up.

Pep Guardiola's side face Aston Villa in the Premier League in midweek before an EFL Cup final against Spurs next weekend.

Manchester City are in the semi-finals of the Champions League after they came from behind to defeat Borussia Dortmund in Germany.

Jude Bellingham's superb opener was cancelled out by second-half goals by Riyad Mahrez and Phil Foden, and they'll face Paris Saint-Germain for a place in the final in Istanbul.

City now turn their attentions to trying to reach the FA Cup Final when they take on Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday.

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That final is quickly followed by two legs of a Champions League semi-final with PSG as City continue to fight on all fronts to win trophies.

Perhaps most concerning regarding De Bruyne's injury was that it was unprovoked and happened in a relatively innocuous situation, as opposed to being an impact injury.

De Bruyne has eight goals and 16 assists in all competitions for City this season, playing 34 times.