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Watch: Kevin De Bruyne marks comeback with stunning strike

The Belgian international, making his first start for six weeks, opened the scoring in Man City’s EFL Cup tie with Leicester.

MAN CITY HAVE dumped Leicester out of the EFL Cup at the quarter-final stage on penalties for the second year running.

Kevin De Bruyne (see above) and Marc Albrighton scored either side of half-time, as the match at the King Power Stadium finished 1-1 in normal time.

It was City who held their nerve thereafter, prevailing 3-1 on spot kicks.

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