Tonight had been an action packed one which held many surprises for football fans. Many would say they saw Manchester United defeat at the hands of the Blues coming but didn't expect it in an elaborate manner.
The match was one that seemed lost to the Reds before the whistle for the second half was blown. The Spain international's blunder in the second half of the defeat at Wembley was the last straw for many fans. Man United fans trust in the Goalkeeper plummeted to new depths during the goalkeeper's display in the FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea.
De Gea was mocked on several media for his lame attempt to stop Olivier Giroud's opening goal before the half time whistle. The anger fans were brewing got overboiled when Mason Mount's effort from outside the box evaded his grasp and hit the back of the net. His recent flops has proved clearly that he is no longer worthy of the clubs starting eleven. The shot stopper has gone from club icon to the most maligned player in the side as he has faced severe criticism for a sharp decline in form.
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