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Topic - Samir Nasri
Manchester City kept the destiny of the Premier League title in its hands by beating Southampton 4-1 on Saturday, with the visitors' defeat further marred by a serious-looking injury to England striker Jay Rodriguez.
An exquisite equalizer from Yaya Toure sparked a second-half comeback by Manchester City in the League Cup final on Sunday, with a 3-1 victory over Sunderland giving Manuel Pellegrini his first trophy as manager.
The celebrations were still continuing in Manchester City's dressing room at Wembley Stadium on Sunday when Manuel Pellegrini started to move on from the League Cup triumph.
Newcastle defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa insists he did not mean to hurt Samir Nasri when he hacked down the Manchester City midfielder in the English Premier League on Sunday.
Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri says he will be out for eight weeks with a left knee injury, robbing the team of one of its most consistent performers for a crucial period of the season.
England beat Ukraine 1-0 on Tuesday, while Sweden _ already eliminated _ beat France 2-0. Co-host Ukraine is now out of the tournament.
France draws 1-1 with England in a match between the two heavyweights of Group D at the European Championship. Sweden plays co-host Ukraine next.
Arsenal wouldn't get a penny in compensation from France or Wales if Samir Nasri or Aaron Ramsey are hurt playing for their national teams Tuesday. Yet the London club could get a tidy insurance payout if Jack Wilshere picks up an injury marshaling England's midfield against Ghana.
"In the second half we came with better intention and we scored three goals," Nasri said.
"Our first half, there was memories of Wigan," Nasri said, referring to last year's FA Cup final loss. "We said that we need to stay calm, to remain focused and play our football."