David De Gea has modestly described his incredible save to deny Sevilla forward Luis Muriel as
“a good moment”, while reflecting on United's vital 0-0 draw in the last 16 of the Champions League in Spain.
“It was a great save but the most important thing is the result. We didn't concede, the result is open, we need to play at home at Old Trafford and hopefully we can win.
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“It was a good moment and a good save of course, especially because of the moment in the game - the last minute of the first half. It was important we didn't concede a goal. We defended well. I think they had control of the game, but the result is open.”
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“I think the clean sheets are because of the team and because of David,“ reflected the Portuguese. ”But, we also kept a few clean sheets with Romero in goal, so I think the team, even with a couple of mistakes, defended well and, when we made the mistakes, obviously David was there. And that’s the reason why he is what he is.”