See What Romero Did After De Gea's Awful Mistake During The FA Cup Semi Final Against Chelsea
By Above_Inspiration | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 24550 views
Manchester United was eliminated out of the FA Cup competition following a humiliating defeat by Chelsea. Manchester United who had already beaten Chelsea three times this season, we're knocked out of the FA Cup in the semi-final stages after Chelsea beat them 3-1 to reach the final.
In the match Manchester united players, David De Gea and Harry Maguire committed awful errors IDK allowed a goal in so cheaply, while Harry Maguire scored an own goal.
A lot of people were surprised by the awful goalkeeping as Manchester United second goalkeeper, Sergio Romero reacted to the howler.
Reacting to De Gea's error, Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero opened his mouth in surprise as he couldn't believe the mistake David De Gea committed.
See screenshots from the scene below;
The match wasn't a pleasant one for Manchester United fans, but, let's hope the Red Devils push into the top 4, following Leicester's defeat.
See more photo highlights below;
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