Man United held by Southampton in 0-0 stalemate

Man United held by Southampton in 0-0 stalemate

Man United held by Southampton in 0-0 stalemate

José Mourinho's side, already guaranteed a sixth-placed finish prior to kick-off, were indebted to goalkeeper Sergio Romero for a number of fine saves, most notably after just six minutes when he stopped Manolo Gabbiadini's penalty after Eric Bailly - suspended for the final - was adjudged to have handled the ball.

He also reiterated his optimism De Gea would remain at the club, having earlier confirmed he would not play again this season, and amid increasing speculation linking the Spaniard with a transfer to Real Madrid. "I think the first match against (American MLS side) LA Galaxy in preseason", he said.

"It is frustrating for me and I hope you don't kill me when you see my team". "Tells (Wilfried) Zaha to go slow, leaves (Christian) Benteke at home; I hope he goes soft on us". Hopefully we don't have problems with these two keepers. "David is top of the world and obviously we want to keep the top in the world".

De Gea was left out of United's squad for Wednesday's 0-0 draw at Southampton, with Romero earning man-of-the-match honours in his absence.

"We can feel shame after this game because we had many opportunities in the second half", he said". "There is a good tradition of goalkeepers in both countries".

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Mourinho also said some players gave him food for thought ahead of the Ajax game.

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"We played a good team, a team who tried to win and tried to finish well", Mourinho said after visiting goalkeeper Sergio Romero saved a barrage of hard shots, including Manolo Gabbiadini's fifth-minute penalty.

The Portuguese said: "I hope the fans at Old Trafford on Sunday the support the team; they forgive naivety and some lack of confidence". I don't lose time (requesting a switch I don't believe they would grant).

"I have been here seven years and I never saw any detail trying to care about the English teams involved in European competitions".

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