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Walker Rues ‘Unacceptable’ Man City Draw With Nottingham Forest

Walker Rues ‘Unacceptable’ Man City Draw With Nottingham Forest

Manchester City defender, Kyle Walker, has expressed disappointment after his team drew 1-1 with Nottingham Forest in the Premier League at City Ground on Saturday, February 18.

City drew with Nottingham Forest to drop to second in the Premier League table.

Bernardo Silva put Manchester City ahead with a strike in the 41st minute. New Zealand striker Chris Wood levelled for the Tricky Trees in the 84th minute.

Walker told ManCity.com that the draw result at Nottingham Forest is unacceptable.

foremost, we go to the Emirates Stadium and play the game we did, and then come here, it’s unacceptable,” Walker said.

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“If we want to compete with teams near the top, we need to win. We missed a few chances and we need to do better as a team.

“Sometimes it’s football and sometimes it’s emotion. Every game should be treated the same – like a cup final. What can I say other than it is unacceptable.”

Manchester City are in second place in the Premier League with 52 points from 24 matches.

Next up for City is a UEFA Champions League Round of 16 first-leg clash with RB Leipzig on Wednesday, February 22 at the Red Bull Arena.

Nottingham are currently 13th in the Premier League standings with 25 points after 23 games. Their next league game is against West Ham on Saturday, February 25 at the London Stadium.

By Toju Sote





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