Manchester United's Sergio Romero
Sergio Romero made a rare start for Manchester United against Feyenoord and repaid manager Jose Mourinho by keeping a clean sheet.
The Argentine goalkeeper is a back-up for David de Gea, but stepped in adeptly with the Spaniard rested.
While the hapless Brad Jones scored an own goal at the other end, Romero had no such trouble.
He made a vital double save in the first half with the score at 0-0, which prevented the game taking a different direction.
Manchester United's Sergio Romero saves from Feyenoord's Dirk Kuyt
Romero has not figured much since signing for United in 2015, due to the excellent form of David de Gea.
It is easy to forget he is an Argentine international who started in the 2014 World Cup final, and United have a real luxury with him happy to sit as a reserve.
Last night showed he can be depended on, which will give confidence to their injury hit backline, for when he is called upon for a tougher test at some stage.
Manchester United's Sergio Romero warms up before the match
Here is a look at how Manchester United fans reacted on Twitter to Romero's performance...
A fine & well deserved clean sheet for Romero tonight, this is what we're talking about #MUFC— KING™ (@iam_KingCee) November 24, 2016
Respect to Romero as well. Made a world class side when the score was 0-0 and that changed the match!! #mufc— Paul N (@PaulN84) November 24, 2016
Without Sergio Romero,Result would have been different,we need him,currently it looks like he got the composure & confidence,drop DDG #MUFC— iSumeet (@Really_imSumeet) November 24, 2016
Romero keeps his first clean sheet of the season. Interesting #mufc— Kofi Bismark (@kofibismark333) November 24, 2016
I know it was Feyernood but Romero didn't put a foot wrong, I like him, time to trust him more #Mufc— Midastouch jaiyejeje (@jay4manutd) November 24, 2016
As good as our attack have been that save by Romero was huge #mufc— [[Sach]] (@trendingsach) November 24, 2016
Romero double save was excellent but best keepers in the world would've done better with the first #mufc— Asad_MUFC (@Asad_133) November 24, 2016