United worry ahead of Liverpool game as De Gea limps off for Spain
The Manchester United keeper was substituted by Chelsea stopper Kepa in the 60th minute of the Sweden-Spain clash after a suspected muscular injury.
More concern for under pressure Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær with Spain and United keeper David de Gea limping off from the Friends Arena pitch in Solna (Sweden) with a suspected groin injury in his right leg sustained during the Euro 2020 qualifier.
The incident happened just before the hour mark as the Toledo born stopper took a goal kick and seemed to aggravate a muscle in his right leg forcing Spain manager Roberto Moreno to replace the 28-year-old with Chelsea's Kepa.
Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has limped off for Spain after appearing to injure himself whilst taking a goal kick 🤕 pic.twitter.com/sbPwrIRuxA— Goal (@goal) October 15, 2019
United welcome runaway leaders to Liverpool to Old Trafford on Sunday with fans of the Manchester club losing patience with the Norwegian coach as United languish in 12th position in the Premier League table.
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