Vincent Kompany: Man City captain has treatment on groin injury

Vincent Kompany
Vincent Kompany made his first start since May 4 during Manchester City's EFL Cup win over Swansea

Manchester City have set no date on a return for captain Vincent Kompany, who is having treatment on the groin injury suffered during his comeback match.

The centre-back, 30, left the pitch just before the end of Wednesday's 2-1 EFL Cup victory over Swansea.

Kompany, who had thigh surgery during the summer, was making his first appearance since May 4.

His injury is not a recurrence of the calf problemexternal-link that restricted him to 14 league appearances last season.

City have stayed in south Wales since Wednesday's match, as they are away to Swansea again on Saturday (15:00 BST) in the Premier League.

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