Manchester United’s stalemate with Liverpool this afternoon noticed David De Gea attain a powerful profession milestone.
Man United Zero-Zero Liverpool
The 2 sides went face to face at Previous Trafford a short while in the past, in an important assembly within the race for each a spot within the Premier League’s top-Four, and the English top-flight title.
As such, a high-octane, opportunity-filled outing was widely-predicted forward of kick-off this afternoon.
What subsequently unfolded over the 90 minutes in Manchester, nevertheless, was removed from the thrilling affair that had been hoped for.
An injury-ravaged conflict which noticed defences largely on-top ultimately culminated in a colorless Zero-Zero draw, a scoreline which neither facet might realistically have argued towards being a good one.
De Gea’s milestone
Whereas it proved a hugely-disappointing day for the attackers on present, with the likes of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane having struggled specifically, the respective back-fives of every facet will little question have been glad with their afternoon’s work at Previous Trafford.
Alisson’s clear sheet got here because the Brazilian’s 15th of the Premier League season, making him the primary Liverpool goalkeeper to achieve this mark in a single marketing campaign since Pepe Reina 9 years in the past:
Alisson is the primary Liverpool goalkeeper to maintain 15 clear sheets in a single Premier League season since Pepe Reina in 2009/10.
🔴 Reina: 35 video games, 17 clear sheets
🔴 Alisson: 27 video games, 15 clear sheets
One large intervention at the moment. 💪 pic.twitter.com/TdGSahm3vk
— Squawka Soccer (@Squawka) February 24, 2019
Nonetheless, it was the clear sheet picked up by Manchester United talisman David De Gea which has since seen the Spaniard be part of an elite Premier League goalkeeping membership:
1⃣Zero⃣Zero⃣ @PremierLeague clear sheets for @D_DeGea! 👐 #MUFC pic.twitter.com/NRzOCVx9rX
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) February 24, 2019
100 – David De Gea is the seventh goalkeeper to maintain 100 Premier League clear sheets for a single membership, and the second to do for Man Utd, after Peter Schmeichel. Fortified. pic.twitter.com/9wkMfzUKFt
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) February 24, 2019
📊 David De Gea has saved his 100th PL clear sheet – essentially the most of any keeper in PL since his debut in 2011 pic.twitter.com/SY5dGH1BIH
— Sky Sports activities Statto (@SkySportsStatto) February 24, 2019
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