As David de Gea came in for some pushy criticism from Roy Keane for his play in Tottenham’s 1-1 draw, the 29-year-old was hailed by Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
“Yeah, I’m sad the first time they’ve had an opportunity to see them scoring and the boy hit it pretty good,” he added.
“Roy is a great midfielder, a close mate of mine, I’m not sure he’d stopped it either.”
“David is disappointed with it, but the ball moved through the air, we reacted well after that one, and five minutes later he had a good save, we had a bad spell for ten minutes, and they looked like they could get another.”
“Great match, frustrated with the one point. I think we deserve more. I believe the game was three points worth.” Solskjaer said to Goal.