Manchester United loanee Dean Henderson was again instrumental as Sheffield United secured another Premier League victory on Sunday afternoon.
The Blades defeated Bournemouth 2-1 at Bramall Lane, as they moved to fifth in the league, just two points behind Chelsea in the Champions League places.
It’s been a remarkable first Premier League season for Chris Wilder’s side, and Henderson has played a pivotal role in between the sticks.
In a crucial moment in the game this afternoon, Henderson denied Ryan Fraser’s thunderous half volley which would have given the Cherries the lead.
Henderson, 22, is making a serious case for a starting spot in Gareth Southgate’s England side at the Euros this summer.
More importantly for United fans, however, is that David De Gea may be looking over his shoulder when the goalkeeper returns to Old Trafford next season.
This is why there are calls for Dean Henderson to start for England! 🧤
A great save to keep the game level… pic.twitter.com/gWchXxEpuc
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) February 9, 2020