Ole: David showed who he is
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was full of praise for David De Gea following his match-winning penalty save against West Ham United.
The goalkeeper pulled off a stunning penalty save in injury time to deny West Ham captain Mark Noble from earning his side a point at the London Stadium.
Our no.1 dived to his left at full stretch to secure a vital victory on the road as the Reds maintained an unbeaten start to the Premier League season with a 2-1 triumph in east London.
Following the heroics of De Gea, the United boss was delighted with the Spaniard when conducting his post-match interview with MUTV.
"You know he's a top keeper, everyone loves having him behind them," the boss emphasised.
"He's come back focused, really determined, with a desire to show who he is. It's his 11th season and we've never stopped believing in him, and it's important that he also knows that.
"He came in pre-season and said: 'I know I'm supposed to be rested but I want to come back early' and that just shows his determination."
Speaking to Sky Sports, our manager further highlighted the personality of the 30-year-old between United’s sticks.
"He’s a different man," Ole said.
"He asked to come back early for pre-season and wanted to show how good he is. He’s so focused and saved two points for us today."
Aside from the stunning penalty save on Sunday, the Spaniard has been in fine form at the start of this campaign as a whole.
Our no.1 reacted excellently with a double-save against Wolverhampton Wanderers and pulled off a brilliant stop when Southampton striker Adam Armstrong was through on goal on the south coast.
Keep it up, David!