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Harry Maguire out of Manchester derby after Man Utd star played on injured for England
Manchester United star Harry Maguire is out of Sunday's clash with rivals Manchester City after picking up an injury during England's 3-3 draw with Germany this week.The 29-year-old, who, in spite of the issue, played the full 90 minutes on Monday, is expected to miss around two weeks of action after being spotted limping away from Wembley Stadium.Maguire has spent the past month warming United's bench but has managed to retain his place in Gareth Southgate's England side, despite his poor recent form.READ MORE: Carragher tells 'England's problem' Harry Maguire 'it's too late' to save Man Utd careerHe was at fault for two of Germany's three goals after conceding a penalty for the first and getting caught in possession for the second, allowing the visitors to open up a 2-0 lead, prior to England's late comeback.To make matters worse he also picked up a muscle injury, though his decision to play on through the pain was praised by Three Lions skipper Harry Kane."H had a pretty decent injury there at the end and he played another five or ten minutes on almost one leg, great character from him, really proud of him for that," the Tottenham man said after the game.Does Harry Maguire deserve to go to the World Cup? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.Maguire's injury may not come as much of a blow to United boss Erik ten Hag, who has paired Lisandro Martinez and Raphael Varane at centre back since matchday three this season, but it comes at a terrible time for the player himself.The former Leicester City defender has less than a month to convince Southgate he deserves a seat on the plane to Qatar, and will now spend half of that period on the treatment table.The England boss backed his struggling star after