Peter Schmeichel congratulates David De Gea


As we begin to look ahead to Thursday’s Europa League play-off second leg against Barcelona, David will no doubt be striving to go one better than Schmeichel at the top of the all-time clean sheet table, by keeping La Liga’s leaders out.

He will have to be at his best, of course, against a Catalan side who contributed heavily to the cut and thrust of the first leg, which will go down as one of the best encounters between the two sides.

There remains much of the season still to play, and with De Gea in such fine form, he will hope to add yet another personal accolade to his list before the 2022/23 campaign is out.

Well done, David, keep up the good work!


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