David De Gea’s appearance has recently been in the spotlight because he is often making fatal blunders. However, coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer still sees the 29-year-old man as the world’s best goalkeeper.
De Gea did not look as agile as before, in fact she did some fatal blunders this season. The latest, the Spanish goalkeeper made a blunder that resulted in the creation of Steven Bergwijn’s goal in the match against Tottenham Hotspur yesterday.
But, on the other hand when talking about De Gea’s performance this season, it’s not too disappointing. The former Atletico Madrid also made several important saves after that.
Only, one big mistake would make the goalkeeper into the spotlight and target of criticism. Moreover, the blunder made Manchester United fail to win over Tottenham.
Manchester United legend Roy Keane even casts a very scathing criticism on the keeper.
However, coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer seems reluctant to care about the criticism, he even still considers De Gea as the world’s best goalkeeper.
“David de Gea is the best goalkeeper in the world,”
“He conceded two goals in the last seven games played for United. There are two games against Man City and Chelsea, of course Tottenham and Everton. “Just two goals in seven games,” Solskjaer said quoted from Marca.
The Norwegian coach admitted that De Gea’s blunder in the match against Everton was quite fatal, but a fatal Blunder against Tottenham was still understandable.
“The goal in the match against Everton was strange, maybe. If a goal against Tottenham, he could not save him, “said Solskjaer.
Moreover, Solskjaer thinks that De Gea has also worked very hard in training sessions, so he is satisfied with the Spanish goalkeeper.
“David de Gea works very hard. He doesn’t make the mistakes that you see repeatedly. He consistently works hard in training sessions and I am very happy with his work, “concluded Solskjaer.
David De Gea himself is already a mainstay of Manchester United since he was recruited from Atletico Madrid in the summer of 2011.