David de Gea was at fault for another howler on Sunday as Manchester United drew 1-1 at Old Trafford.
A bigger result for Chelsea, who still sit fourth and three points clear of United, now looking like a side without nothing to play for but with just two games remaining.
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Sky Sports had a panel of pundits assess the game, including former United captain Gary Neville, who claims De Gea has credit stored after his years of heroics.
Graeme Souness warned that if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decided to drop him, De Gea would respond by leaving the club, and Neville didn’t disagree with that statement.
“If you leave him out, you lose him forever” @GNev2, @AlexScott and Graeme Souness look at David De Gea’s standing at #MUFC
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— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) April 28, 2019
De Gea is going through a rough patch, but it’s good to see Juan Mata and Solskjaer come out and defend him after the match. He’s been our best player for years now and nobody should forget that.
If De Gea bounces back, we’ll have the best goalkeeper again. Put it that way!
Do you disagree and think it’s time to drop De Gea?