Manchester City star handed three-game ban

Kyle Walker will miss Manchester City’s next THREE Champions League games after Uefa hit the England defender with their maximum ban.

Walker was sent off for a shocking kick from behind on Leipzig’s Andre Silva as the Etihad side lost their final group match.

It meant the England full-back faced an automatic one-match suspension, although City were hoping to limit the damage.

But after assessing the incident Uefa’s control and disciplinary body imposed the three-game ban.

City have the right to appeal and could see the punishment reduced, potentially to two matches but are understood to be likely to accept the decision.

As it stands, though, Walker will miss both legs of the last 16 tie with Portuguese champions Sporting Lisbon and the first leg of the quarter-finals if City go through.