The Spaniard surpasses Peter Schmeichel as the goalkeeper with the fewest hurdles expired at the club, just after going through one of the toughest moments in England.
David De Gea He had a day of vindication after going through one of the most complicated moments since he arrived in Manchester United, club in which he is already the goalkeeper with the most undefeated hurdles in history.
The Old Trafford team won at Leicester 2-0 and took third place in the Premier League. If the Foxes won, they left United out of the Champions League, who won with two goals in the second half: one from Bruno Fernandes, on penalties, and the other from Lingard in the discount and after a gross error by Jasper Schmeichel.
Precisely this Sunday De Gea beat Schmeichel, but Peter. And it is that, with the victory at the King Power Stadium, the former Atlético de Madrid managed to leave his bow at zero for the 113th time, surpassing the 112 that the legendary goalkeeper Red Devil had, father of the current Foxes goalkeeper.
De Gea had just made two serious mistakes in United’s loss to Chelsea in the FA Cup semifinals. Two plays that cost Old Trafford the elimination of the traditional English tournament.
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