Manchester United Star David De Gea was “inconsolable” in the dressing room after United suffered the 3-0 defeat against Barcelona in the Champions League at Camp Nou.
The Spaniard is widely regarded as one of the best goalkeepers in the world, however, DDG let in a howler that killed the tie for Man United.
According to the reports, De Gea was furious with himself after the game as he apologised to his team-mates in the dressing room.
De Gea also claimed that Man United had a great chance of winning the tie if he hadn’t let in Messi’s second goal and was reportedly inconsolable.
Although none of the team-mates blamed the 28-year-old, DDG blamed himself for that loss.
After the game, Solskjaer said:
‘That’s unfortunate with goalkeepers. When you make an error it can get highlighted and that’ll be remembered tonight.
‘But he made some fantastic saves as well, which all in all, his contribution to the team is good but sometimes that happens in football.
‘You know when you get to this level you cannot slip up and you cannot make mistakes and you’ve got to take the chances you get yourself. And we didn’t capitalise on our great chance, but then they have their first two shots on target, that’s two goals and game over.’