Manchester United is now focused on making top four in the premier league in order to qualify for champions league. It was very hard to pick out who was the best player in the match against Chelsea. However, one player who won't be getting any praises is David De-Gea.
Once again the Spanish player was the cause of his own poor performance in the match. Its not totally alright to put all blames on David De-Gea, but he definitely didn't help the cause.
Although David De-Gea started well in the beginning of the match, with Chelsea player Reece James taking a strike saved by the keeper. Some moments before the halftime whistle, Olivier Giroud scored a goal against the goalkeeper.
Things didn't go well for De Gea in the second half of the game, Mason Mount doubled Chelsea's lead with a strike any top goalkeeper should save.
After the game, ole Gunnar Solskjaer addressed his goalkeeper performance, and said the errors which led to Chelsea's first goal. "He knows he should save that one 100 times out of 100, but that's football for you" - Solskjaer said.
Also saying the second goal was very avoidable.
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