Manchester United qualified for the next round of the FA Cup with relative ease, overcoming Derby County 3-0.
Sergio Romero kept a clean sheet, having being made work for it, making five saves throughout the fifth-round encounter.
However, there is one save that stood out and it stopped a free-kick from former United captain Wayne Rooney, who got a warm reception from the away fans all night.
Rooney hit a wonderfully struck free-kick in added time that was headed for the top corner.
Then Romero dived to the rescue as he sprung across his line to palm it behind for a corner.
Former Arsenal and Chelsea midfielder wanted to see Rooney score against his former side, as he amusingly tweeted: “Oh come on… Just let it go in!”
Oh come on… Just let it go in! 😅
— Cesc Fàbregas Soler (@cesc4official) March 5, 2020
Rooney said he would celebrate if he was fortunate enough to score against United, but that wouldn’t bother fans. Throughout his career Rooney has been a goal hunter. It’s his nature to score goals and that partly explains why he’s our all-time top goalscorer.
United booked their place in the quarter-finals last night and that’s what matters.