Manchester City face an anxious wait, with Vincent Kompany set for a scan on his injured groin.
The City captain, blighted by a series of muscle injuries this season, pulled up holding his right leg after less than 10 minutes of Wednesday’s 1-0 defeat by Real Madrid in the second leg of their Champions League semi-final.
He was replaced by Eliaquim Mangala and City boss Manuel Pellegrini said Kompany had suffered a groin injury – and not a new problem with his troublesome calf.
The skipper should be considered a doubt for the final two games of the Premier League season as City fight to hold on to a top-four place and Champions League qualification for next season.
City host Arsenal on Sunday, and end their season with a trip to Swansea on May 15.
And a serious injury would threaten his participation with Belgium in this summer’s European Championships.
Kompany recently spent a month on the sidelines after picking up a knee problem last month which was his 32nd separate injury since joining City from Hamburg in 2008.