David De Gea looked understandably delighted after his last gasp save from a cracking Bryan Oviedo shot, which gave Manchester United all three points in a 2-1 win against Everton at Old Trafford.
De Gea’s all round game during the match was superb as he kept out a determined Toffees attack, which looked spirited despite travelling and a lack of preparation after their Europa League game last week.
Before the save from Oviedo, De Gea produced another world class stop as Leighton Baines tried to ping the ball into the corner from the penalty spot. De Gea went the right way and got a strong hand to the effort, keeping it out.
De Gea has been one of the only consistent players since Sir Alex Ferguson retired and he’s starting to look like a world class performer in a team, which has been heavily criticised over the past 12 months.
If De Gea can maintain the sort of heroics he showed in the game against Everton throughout the season then United should be in a great league position.