Manchester United conceded a penalty in the last minute of their London clash. Manchester United gave away a penalty in the game's dying minutes again due to personal errors. After Lingard error cost United in the Champions League, this time it was Luke Shaw who used his hand to block a cross. WestHam were awarded a penalty as the last action of the game and their chance to salvage a point from the game. Moyes brought on Mark Noble to take the set piece and given De Gea penalty record we all thought a draw was secured.
David De Gea had not saved a penalty for Manchester United since 2014, all 21 penalties he had faced ended up finding the net. On the other hand, Noble had a fantastic penalty record. WestHam took their time before taking the deadball and so did Cristiano Ronaldo.
Here, Ronaldo is signalling De Gea which side the ball will go
Ronaldo who is very good at predicting penalties did it again, this time for Manchester United. He signalled David De Gea exactly where the ball would be put and David dived that way. He managed to keep it out and secure all three points for the Red Devils.
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