Manchester City picked up three vital points on the road against AFC Bournemouth on Monday, but it wasn't all good news for the Sky Blues. Gabriel Jesus suffered an injury in the first 10 minutes of the match, and was forced to come off for Sergio Agüero.
Asked about Gabriel's injury after the game, Pep Guardiola didn't get into much detail:
Watching the game live, I saw Jesus limping heavily after he went for a cross in the box and landed a little awkward on his right foot. At first it seemed like an ankle problem, but when doctors came to look at him, Jesus pointed at one of the toes on his right foot. And that's alarming.
If you have an injury in your toe, that is usually a broken metatarsal, which means you can't walk for about two weeks, and footballers usually take a month to recover from such injury. Pep Guardiola said he would "pray" for Jesus to be okay, which clearly shows he's not exactly optimistic about Gabriel's injury.
We'll know more in the upcoming hours, but we may have to be prepared for the worse.