Manchester United goalkeeper, David De Gea has been hailed as the best shot stopper in world football following his impressive performance against Tottenham at Wembley today.
Manchester United maintained their 100 per cent record under Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer with an impressive 1-0 success over Tottenham.
De Gea made a slew of superb saves to deny the likes of Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Toby Alderweireld and add another Premier League clean sheet to his collection.
Marcus Rashford struck the only goal of an entertaining contest with a low drive into the far corner after the impressive Paul Pogba had sent him free with a sublime through pass on the stroke of half time.
The result sees Solskjaer become the first ever Red Devils boss to win his opening six matches in all competitions. It also moves sixth-placed United level with Arsenal and within six points of Chelsea in fourth.
Spurs failed to test David De Gea at all in the first half, but it was a completely different story after the break as the inspired Spanish stopper produced a series of magnificent saves to somehow keep Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Co at bay.
The hosts will feel their overall display merited at least a draw but they were ultimately made to pay for their profligacy and the sloppy error from Kieran Trippier that led to United’s goal. Mauricio Pochettino’s men remain third and nine points adrift of leaders Liverpool.
Next weekend, United will hoping its seventh heaven when they host Brighton while Spurs will aim to bounce back at Fulham.