Manchester United boss, Ralf Rangnick has named goalkeeper David De Gea as his man of the match following the Red Devils’ Premier League 1-0 victory over Norwich City in a Premier League tie on Saturday night.
Rangnick believes De Gea deserved the man of the match award for the couple of saves he made during the encounter against Norwich at Carrow Road.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s second-half penalty gave Rangnick’s men all three points against Norwich.
“We could have done it with more intensity, with more physicality. In the end, it was important to have another clean sheet, thanks to David De Gea, who made three or four brilliant saves in the second half and, overall, it’s most important we have the three points. [However,] I would still be happy with less chances, with less corner kicks and free-kicks. I think we just conceded too many of them, especially in the second half,” Rangnick was quoted by Man United’s official website as saying after the game.
The German added, “It was a fantastic performance by David. He was probably Man of the Match, especially in the second half. He made three or four brilliant saves.”
Man United will now clash with Brentford on Tuesday in their next Premier League fixture as they sit in fifth place on the Premier League table.