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Jack Grealish loves his football more than anyone else in the Manchester City squad and he couldn’t take the pain

After suffering yet another injury setback against Luton Town, Jack Grealish was clearly angry.

This season, Grealish has been beset by injuries, so it devastated him to be substituted off against Copenhagen a few weeks ago.

In the FA Cup match against Luton, he was able to return to the starting lineup as Erling Haaland scored three goals with two assists from Kevin De Bruyne.

However, an injury forced the former Aston Villa captain to leave the game before halftime, and Jeremy Doku took his place.

Staff members and players on the bench had to comfort Grealish, who was in complete shock.

Then, trying to keep his feelings hidden, he held his coat above his head.

Haaland put City ahead 3-0 with a spectacular hat-trick, but the Hatters responded with a spectacular goal from Jordan Clark, the play-off final hero from the previous season.

Grealish has been experiencing groyne pain lately; it is unclear if this is a repeat of that ailment.

During his pre-Luton press conference, Pep Guardiola praised the £100 million man but also urged him to demonstrate his merit for playing.

“I said from day one, we need him,” Guardiola remarked. He brings something unique to our group. However, that is dependent upon him. I hope he can have a successful final three months.

“Players need more than three or four games to establish a rhythm with me. They must establish a rhythm so they can perform for 90 or 20 minutes.

“The team doesn’t wait to be fit at a high level. Someone cannot be fit by playing three or four games. And the ten who don’t play? Do they really deserve to be benched?

“You must witness the training sessions and every little detail. I don’t need to be convinced by the players. They must persuade themselves that they are worthy of participating.”

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