Manchester United goalkeeper, David De Gea, has urged the Crimson Devils to give attention to their subsequent Premier League match in opposition to Crystal Palace on Wednesday evening at Selhurst Park Stadium.
De Gea additionally warned that Man United wanted to be extra medical in matches in opposition to high opposition if they’re to begin profitable silverware.
The Spaniard was in aim as Man United performed a 0-0 draw in opposition to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday night as they slipped to 12 factors behind leaders Manchester Metropolis on the log.
“I believe that the draw [against Chelsea] is okay, but when we need to do one thing good and we need to win trophies and win the league, we now have to beat these groups,” De Gea instructed Man United’s official web site.
“After I noticed the referee went to the TV to verify the penalty, I felt it was a penalty, to be sincere.
“Somebody mentioned it was a handball. I didn’t see it, however it in all probability was a penalty. However that is soccer. That is the VAR, every thing. So now, let’s be centered on Crystal Palace.”
Crystal Palace vs Man United: Give attention to sport, be medical to win – De Gea warns Crimson Devils