After the match between Chelsea and man united at Stanford bridge, fans from both teams have gone ahead to praise there favorite players.
For Manchester united fans, they were really impressed with the performance of some players. As evidenced from many social media platforms, the following captured the hearts of many fans.
David de Gea
Had one of his quietest halves at Stamford Bridge as United dominated the first but were busier in their own third in the second. He really did the best as expected from the team.
His disciplined positioning and awareness penned in Ben Chilwell while Chelsea operated with wing-backs.
Defended near faultlessly and slid in to make a vital interception in the first-half. Unfortunately for Varane, he was forced off injured and appeared to be in tears.
This defender was really solid, he has proven to be the best. His partnership with Varane was quite impressive. Majority are saying he knows what to do when he is on duty.
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