David De Gea was the hero for Manchester United as the Reds goalkeeper resisted a second half Tottenham onslaught to win after Marcus Rashford put Ole Gunner Solskjaer’s team 1-0 up just before the break.
David De Gea
MAN UNITED 2, ARSENAL 2 Manchester United produced the desire that Jose Mourinho had questioned as they twice came from behind to gain a spirited point against Arsenal at Old Trafford. A much-improved performance, though, failed to produce victory as the Reds remained eighth in the table and eight points adrift of fourth-placed Chelsea as […]
Manchester United have David De Gea to thank after the Reds endured a pressurised assault from Wolves who earned a point from the game at Old Trafford – Joao Moutinho’s second half goal cancelled out Fred’s first half opener.
ENGLAND 1, SPAIN 2 (UEFA NATIONS LEAGUE)
Luke Shaw was stretchered off with a head injury after his first England start in three injury-hit years, against Spain in the UEFA Nations League, as the national team was beaten in a competitive match at Wembley for the first time in 11 years.
SEVILLA 0, MANCHESTER UNITED 0
United’s first Champions League knockout stage game since David Moyes’ ill fated season in charge of the Reds saw all eyes on one particular United player – but it wasn’t Paul Pogba – while the home side caught the eye with a staggering 25 shots on goal (with eight on target) to United’s six (with just one on target) as the Reds played out a goalless game in Spain for the fifth time in the last seven.
United’s first Champions League knockout stage game since David Moyes’ ill fated season in charge of the Reds saw all eyes on one particular United player – but it wasn’t Paul Pogba who starred against Sevilla – it was David De Gea with eight saves to keep the Reds in the tie