Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has insisted many times that he has faith in his first goalkeeper De Gea, but after another error tonight against Chelsea in a crucial semi-final showdown, he might be regretting starting him ahead of Romero and keeping faith in him.
Man United fans would have expected United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to start Sergio Romero given he always has been the cup goalkeeper all the way from the third round. And would have been surprised seeing the Spaniard in the starting line up.
And now it has eventually cost United a trophy this season, with his costly error early in the second half gifted Chelsea the second goal to go two goals clear and putting the game to sword and giving United no chance to make a comeback.
And Man United fans have taken to Twitter to react to how disappointed they are in the goalkeeper, that has cost United the title. With some telling United hierarchy to sell him. See reactions below.
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