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Why Jose Mourinho ‘singled-out’ This Player For Blame Despite Win Over Palace

Subair Adams

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Jose Mourinho has singled-out David De Gea for blame despite picking all three points in the game against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Monday night.

The Red Devils had no other option but to fall back after Crystal Palace scored twice in 48 minutes. Andros Towsend took a slick shot that deflected while Patrick van Aanholt took advantage of Manchester United poor defending.

Manchester United defender Chris Smalling score after seven minutes and Romelu Lukaku slotted past the keeper after the ball found him in the penalty box.

Former Chelsea star Matic then scored the winning goal in extra time with a long-range volley.

However, Manchester United almost conceded when Christian Benteke header looked to be going into the net before David De Gea swiftly reacted.

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The Real Madrid target was quick to use his reflexes to get low to his right and push the ball away from the goal post.

Despite his superb saves, Jose Mourinho yet singled-out the goalkeeper for blame over Van Aonholt’s powerful strike.

Mourinho said David had to do better in the second goal they conceded, he claimed he’s the best but no doubt he had to do better than that.

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