Kevin de Bruyne's legacy will not be defined by the outcome of Saturday's Champions League final, the midfielder said ahead of Manchester City's game against Inter Milan in Istanbul De Bruyne has won five titles Premier League, two FA Cups and five League Cups with City, but the Big Ears Cup has always eluded the Belgian, who came closest to lifting the elusive trophy in 2021, when City lost 1-0 against Chelsea in the final.
"90 minutes is not enough to define a career," De Bruyne told British media. I'm at about 700 games. A single game of 90 minutes out of 700 does not define my career. But obviously it helps.”City beat arch-rivals Manchester United 2-1 in the FA Cup final on Saturday to maintain their historic treble attempt, and will be favorites to beat Inter in the League final. champions this week. “We deserved to win. I am very happy and very proud, said De Bruyne. We have to enjoy the coming week and we hope to be able to give our best... Inter are a very good team. The finals are 50-50.” “It's always difficult. You have to know how to manage these moments. There will be tough times, but in the big times we try to do our job. Inter have great players and we have respect for them. They did not reach the final by beating easy teams.