Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw says De Gea’s errors against Watford remains an exception to his game.
The Spaniard was at fault for the opening goal and was generally not in his best on an afternoon that saw United lose to the bottom-team in the Premier League by 2-0.

The match sealed off United’s hope of making it to next season’s Champions League – except Ole Gunnar Solskjaer leads them to the Europa League title. Given the amount of cluelessness constantly oozed out from the image of the Norwegian every time the Red Devils trail a team, Mark Zuckerburg appearing on national TV for 5 seconds and not looking like an alien’s lost puppy has a higher odd.
Chelsea beat Tottenham to rain on Mourinho’s parade and also remind everyone they are not giving up their league spot without a fight.

Luke Shaw believes that the boxing day fixture with Newcastle United is a perfect opportunity for the Red Devils to bounce back from last match. Steve Bruce’s men visits Old Trafford and other than the former United captain’s inability to beat his former side over the years, the prospect to expose the fraud that Solskjaer is not one the legend will pass.
United have made it a habit of beating the strongest teams in the league while struggling with bottom feeders like Watford and co.

It is however funny how everyone is up on arms about the mistakes of De Gea close to the end of the decade given that the Spaniard is probably the best thing to have happened to United this decade.
For all of their struggles, the goalie remains the one squad member every Old Trafford faithful will agree to have constantly put in his best when the rest of the popular members of the team prioritized their weekly hair style and Instagram followings over the business on the field.