Manchester City right-back Kyle Walker apologises via Twitter for his sending-off on his home debut in Monday night's 1-1 Premier League draw with Everton.
Kyle Walker has apologised after being sent off on his Manchester City home debut in Monday night's 1-1 draw at home to Everton.
The £50m summer signing from Tottenham Hotspur was given his marching orders just before the half-time whistle after receiving two yellow cards from referee Bobby Madley inside three minutes.
City were trailing to Wayne Rooney's 200th Premier League goal when Walker was red-carded but ended the game with a point thanks to Raheem Sterling's equaliser eight minutes from time.
"Gutted with last night," the right-back posted on his Twitter page on Tuesday evening.
"I apologise to the fans and my teammates. They did amazingly well to get back into the game and get a point #MCFC."
Walker will miss Man City's trip to Bournemouth on Saturday as a result of his dismissal.
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