Sane struggled after coming on as a 77th-minute substitute against the Wolverhampton Wanderers.
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From a World Cup snub to being dropped by his club, it has been a sobering few months for Leroy Sane. At the age of 22, he was a Premier League champion in a record-shattering Manchester City side, he had just been voted not only the top young player in English football but also among the six best players in the country after a breakthrough season, and was being talked about as one of the stars to watch at the upcoming World Cup.Then came this weekend, when Sane was left out of the squad entirely.It's a long, grueling season, with City potentially going deep on four fronts, so Sane will be needed.Sane is too good a player and prospect for City to simply overlook, so Guardiola will be hoping this weekend acts as a wake-up call for a winger who is among the best in the world in his position.
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