THE LOSERS AND THE WINNER FROM DE GEA'S INJURY

David De Gea


Manchester United and Spain first choice goal keeper DAVID DE GEA 21, is currently injured. He suffered  a groin and was forced off the pitch during Spain 1-1 draw against Sweden in the Euro 2020 qualifications. We looked at the losers and winners from this unprecedented injury suffered by Manchester United highest paid player.


  •  MANCHESTER UNITED (LOSER)


 Manchester United will be hosting their arch rival Liverpool on the 19th of October 2019 a day which happens to be a Saturday at exactly 4pm, they'll be playing the match without their most valuable and important player. Manchester United sits on the 12th while their opponent gallantly the league's elite.

The fans were looking forward to getting something out of the match against last season's champion's league winner until the news of DAVID their savior, who has saved them on countless situations being injured during international duty caught them unaware. I think we should be expecting a massacre at old Trafford come Saturday.


  • SPAIN (LOSER)


The 2010 world cup champions were beginning to get the De gea of 2016 during the match against Sweden until the injury. Kepa Arrizabalaga 21, has been in goal for the Spanish team in recent times as a result of De Gea's inconsistencies. The Roberto Moreno led team will have to wait for a couple of months to get his confidence back.


  • DAVID DE GEA (LOSER)


DE GEA has undergone a lot of criticisms from Manchester United fans due to his series of woeful  performances since he returned from the 2018 world cup in Russia. During the match he got injured, it looked like he was already getting his confidence back despite the fact his team was 1-0 down. Unfortunately the injury will undoubtedly lower his morale again and we should be expecting a couple of inconsistencies upon his return from injury.


  • LIVERPOOL (WINNER)


The 2018/2019 champions League winner Liverpool will most likely capitalize on the absence of DE GEA and some other key players come Saturday, let's be hopeful that the Jurgen Klopp scintillating front three are not at their best and even at that they might still get the job done.
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