Pep eye still on Sanchez
City run ends but injuries to De Bruyne and Jesus of more concern to Guardiola
Pep Guardiola won't rule out a new approach for Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez after Gabriel Jesus suffered a knee injury in Manchester City's 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace yesterday.
City's pursuit of a 19th successive Premier League victory ended in frustration and injuries to Jesus and Kevin De Bruyne, who was taken off on a stretcher following a late challenge by Jason Puncheon.
There was a dramatic finish to the match, which saw Ederson save Luka Milivojevic's late penalty to maintain City's unbeaten run in the league this season. With Jesus facing a spell on the sidelines Guardiola was asked about the Chilean and the 46-year-old responded: "We will have meetings and see what is best."
Sanchez gave the Gunners the lead against West Brom when the striker's deflected free-kick put Arsenal ahead with seven minutes left in boss Arsene Wenger's record-breaking 811th Premier League game in charge.
However, Jay Rodriguez's controversial last-minute penalty earned struggling West Brom a deserved point.