David de Gea's brilliant saves ensures Manchester United-Liverpool draw

Manchester United's goalkeeper David de Gea produced yet another brilliant show ensuring that his team shared the points with bitter rivals Liverpool at Anfield.

FP Sports October 18, 2016 15:40:27 IST
David de Gea's brilliant saves ensures Manchester United-Liverpool draw
David de Geas brilliant saves ensures Manchester UnitedLiverpool draw

Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea produced excellent saves to deny Emre Can and Philippe Coutinho a goal in the second half as the clash against Liverpool ended in a 0-0 draw. Reuters

David de Geas brilliant saves ensures Manchester UnitedLiverpool draw

Liverpool's Roberto Firmino competes for the ball with Eric Bailly during the Premier League clash against Manchester United. AP

David de Geas brilliant saves ensures Manchester UnitedLiverpool draw

Manchester United's Zlatan Ibrahimovic missed the away side's only real chance directing his header across the face of goal instead of at goal in the 54th minute. AP

David de Geas brilliant saves ensures Manchester UnitedLiverpool draw

Liverpool's Steven Caulker competes for the ball with Manchester United's Ander Herrera. AP

David de Geas brilliant saves ensures Manchester UnitedLiverpool draw

Liverpool's Jordan Henderson challenges for the ball with Manchester United's Ashley Young. AP

David de Geas brilliant saves ensures Manchester UnitedLiverpool draw

Jordan Henderson in action with Manchester United's Paul Pogba. Reuters

David de Geas brilliant saves ensures Manchester UnitedLiverpool draw

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho greet each other at the end of the match. Reuters

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