Man United ‘collectively’ drew the game against Everton but fingers have been directed at one man with calls to have him dropped should the team wish to be title contenders
Man United almost had all three points to themselves when Scott McTominay netted that late lead goal following the 2-2 score line after seeing Everton come from 2 goals down to level ground.
But Everton will be glad to have their star striker; Calvert Lewin back from injury as his last minutes shocker ended the game at 3-3, dashing out Scott McTominay’s celebration.
“How many times have we been saying that with David de Gea?” Gabriel Agbonlahor told talkSPORT.
“Next week he’ll make one good save and we’ll be like ‘all right, it’s forgotten now,” he continued.
“For me, Henderson has to start. David de Gea has made that many mistakes for Manchester United.
“He’s got to come and clear that cross and for the first Everton goal he’s got to do better there, he can’t be parrying it straight into the path of the attacker.
“For me, he’s got to be dropped. But I just don’t see Ole as the sort of manager that’s going to drop him though. No matter what he does, he’s playing.”
Despite Solskjaer claiming weeks back that De Gea is the best goalkeeper in the world, Gary Neville joined in the smash to slam the 30-year-old for not doing better against Calvert-Lewin’s equalizer.
“David de Gea, there, at the end. He doesn’t even come in line with the ball,” Neville said.
“I think you want goalkeeper to come, as Jamie said there, and eat the striker. You just want your goalkeeper to come out there and absolutely take him out.”