Date: 5th February 2012 at 8:39pm
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De Gea's exceptional save.

Whether you look at this game as 2 points dropped or 1 point gained, this was an incredible match and an advert for Premier League football. came from 3 goals down to draw 3-3 vs Chelsea away at Stamford Bridge.

United’s revival to the game was sparked by Paul Scholes’ introduction to the field. His passing meant that the reds controlled the game, efficiently kept possession and kept the ball moving. The possession and pressure eventually led to goals via 2 won and Javier Hernandez’s header. Wayne Rooney’s composure for the two games epitomised his play. He was fantastic, did the hard work between the defence and lines and finished the game with a brace.

Having said this, my man of the match was David De Gea.

The Spaniard has not put in many glittering performances during his tenure as the but today’s performance was exceptional. He did not get off to the best of starts, making the fans nervous when he weakly punched the ball out during a corner 7 minutes into the game. When he was called during the game, he did well.

David De Gea did concede 3 goals, however David was blameless for them all. Defensive errors and bad luck were the factors behind Chelsea’s 3 goals. The defining moments of his game came when the scores were level at 3-3; David De Gea made 2 unbelievable saves to secure the point for the red devils. His save for Juan Mata’s free kick could probably go down as the save of the season. De Gea’s compatriot could not have placed the free kick any better as it was just sneaking in for a goal and it forced a save to match.

All in all, it was a great performance from the young Spaniard in a very entertaining match.

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