UEFA Champions League tournament continued on Wednesday night. Football fans across the world were once again glued had their eyes glued on their screens as big fixtures were lined up for them. This was round two of the UEFA Champions League this season.
Much attention was focused on Manchester United as the England side welcomed the Spanish side at the Theatre of Dreams. The Red Devils were eager to avenge Unai Emery men after last season's heartbreaking defeat in the Europa League final.
Villarreal went in front in the 53rd minute through Paco Alcacer strike. The Yello Submarins continued to dominate the fixture but Brazil left-back Alex Telles scored a wonderful volley to level things up. Portugal international scored a stoppage-time winner which sent Manchester United fans wild.
After the full-time whistle, all attention focused on Cristiano Ronaldo after earning his side three massive points with his stoppage-time winner.
However, a lot of credit needs to be given to Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea who has rediscovered his form. The Spaniard was instrumental in keeping the Red Devils afloat. He made a lot of saves especially in the first half denying Unai Emery three clear chances.
David De Gea made six clear saves all coming inside the box. He denied former Watford man Ettien Capoue clear chances that could have kept Ole Gunnar Solkjawr job insecure. The Red Devils now sit third on the standings, waiting to face Atalanta in their next game
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