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Son of ex-Prem star with 232 appearances in England plays against Man City in UCL
Manchester City in their draw against Copenhagen.Isak Johannesson played as his side held the ten-man Citizens to a 0-0 draw at the Parken Stadium.And his father, Joey, made 232 outings in England - 32 of which were in the Premier League.READ MORE: Pep Guardiola didn't tell Erling Haaland why he's been dropped for Man City gameOf those appearances in the elite division, the Icelandic midfielder played 11 times for Aston Villa, 11 times for Wolves, and on ten occasions for Burnley.Something of a journeyman, Joey retired in 2017 and is now assistant manager of the Iceland national team.As for his son, Isak, who's the eldest of four brothers, he’s played for Copenhagen since 2021, and he helped them win the Danish Superliga last campaign.A midfielder like his father, Isak has featured for Iceland at under-16, under-17, under-19 and under-21 level - while he made his debut to the senior squad in a Nations League match against England, being the fifth youngest player to do so.On Tuesday night against the Premier League champions, the 19-year-old helped his side overcome the odds and earn a point against City, even though Pep Guardiola’s men were forced to play 60 minutes of the match with ten men as Sergio Gomez was sent off for pulling Hakon Arnar Haraldsson down when he was through on goal.A VAR review from the referee sealed his fate after it had chalked off Rodri’s stunning goal for hitting Riyad Mahrez on the hand in the build-up.Afterwhich, VAR handed City a penalty, but Mahrez saw his shot from the spot saved by Kamil Grabara.Guardiola opted not to bring on Erling Haaland, who is on an incredible goal-scoring run, and the side could only muster a point, with a game against Liverpool being the side’s next fixture.In any
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Former Liverpool keeper unrecognisable in mask as he thwarts Man City in Champions League
Liverpool goalkeeper Kamil Grabara was unrecognisable in goal for Copenhagen against Manchester City in the Champions League this week as he helped them to a clean sheet.The 23-year-old left Anfield in 2021 following five years at the club in which he failed to make a first-team appearance and left on loan on three occasions.Grabara has impressed since moving to Denmark on a five-year deal to earn a Poland call-up, and even saved a spot kick against the Premier League leaders on Tuesday as the game ended all square. READ MORE: Rodri has Man City thunderbolt goal disallowed after 'worst handball decision yet' While wearing a mask, as he did in their 5-0 defeat at the Etihad last week, Grabara was on hand to push away a penalty from Riyad Mahrez after Rodri had a goal disallowed.He even did so while wearing a blue face mask, having suffered a facial fracture in a clash with Aalborg's Mathias Ross back in July.Grabara then watched on as Sergio Gomez was sent off for City before a rather uneventful second-half with both sides looking content with a point. Which youth prospect should your team have kept hold of? Tell us in the comments section below. Grabara moved to England from Poland back in 2016 for £250,000, earning a move to the first-team ahead of the 2018/19 campaign.He then regularly trained with the likes of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane without doing enough to earn a spot in Klopp's senior XI.Having had a loan spell with Huddersfield either side of two periods with AGF in Denmark, he opted to leave England and made his senior Poland debut against Wales in June.Despite City winning 5-0 against their Group G opponents last week, Pep Guardiola singled out the shot-stopper for individual praise.He said: "He [Grabara]