Speaking after the game, David De Gea was pleased with the team’s progress, but he also commented that the Red Devils need to work more.
Man Utd club has just won a tough victory over rivals Brighton in the FA Cup semi-final on Sunday night. The match ended goalless after extra time, meaning a penalty shootout was required to determine the winner.
And after Solly March unsuccessfully made the 11m kick, Victor Lindelof successfully finished to bring the final 7-6 victory for MU. This is a result worthy of the efforts of the ‘Red Devils’.
Speaking after the game, goalkeeper David De Gea was very pleased with the team’s performance. He said: “It was a tight game, we had to face a very quality opponent. Brighton played really good football. Now MU is in the final but we have a game. Another big day on Thursday so we need to go home and rest.”
Talking more about the situation that saved Brighton’s penalty, the Spanish goalkeeper said: “It was a great penalty. I was prepared as always. I tried to put pressure on There’s still a long way to go to the final. It’s going to be a big game against one of the best teams in Europe.
We showed our strength at home against Man City, we can beat them so keep the faith. We are on the right track. Having a title, going to another final and fighting for the top four. Maybe it’s not enough, but it’s really a big step up from last season.”