De Gea has kept 100 clean sheets in the EPL

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United and Liverpool played a goalless draw on the eve. The match was remembered by an even game and a large number of injuries.

Also the match became important for David De Gea. The goalkeeper did not miss a single goal and reached the mark of 100 clean sheets in the Premier League.

He became the seventh goalkeeper in history of the tournament. He is also the second goalkeeper of the Red Devils, after Schmeichel, who was able to play a hundred matches without conceding goals.

It is also worth noting that the match was not the most difficult for the Spaniard, because Liverpool made only one shot on goal.

Recall, Manchester United’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward hopes to agree on new contracts with goalkeeper David De Gea and striker Marcus Rashford no later than May.

(Reporting by Dan McGlush, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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