Manchester United, David De Gea

Manchester United, David De Gea

West Ham – Manchester United 1-0 (the match is ongoing):

It was a solid start to Sunday’s match between Manchester United and West Ham, and United soon had several good chances in the opening minutes.

Anthony came close with a shot that went wide of the goal, while Marcus Rashford hit the post a few minutes later.

Just over halfway through the half it was West Ham who scored, the goal coming after a huge error from De Gea.

Said Benrahma was alone with three defenders at 30 metres, before he advanced into the area and hit a weak shot from 20 meters that was supposed to be completely controlled by De Gea.

However, the Spaniard scratched it and suddenly the ball was in the net.

– Terrible goalkeepers, exclaimed the Viaplay Roar Stock commentator.

– It’s a completely incomprehensible goalkeeping game. It’s simply crisp, and expert Lars Tyranus follows suit.

BBC expert Jermaine Jenas couldn’t believe what he saw.

– It’s very shocking from David de Gea. There is more than shocking. He said his team is in complete control of the match and then concedes like that.

However, Manchester United continued to play a dangerous role in advancing the field after the goal, and in the 33rd minute Anthony hit the post. United’s second shot in the second half.

The teams went into the second half with West Ham on top.

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