Diogo Dalot reveals David de Gea’s reasons for the error in FA Cup win over Everton
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Manchester United defender Diogo Dalot has revealed David de Gea’s explanation for the bizarre equalizer in Friday’s 3-1 win over Everton in the FA Cup.
The Red Devils took an early lead through Antony and appeared to be in cruise control but were pushed back in strange circumstances.
After failing to clear a corner, Amadou Onana beat Casemiro to a 50/50 ball and dropped Neal Maupay down the right channel, although any immediate danger appeared to have passed as he neared the touchline.
However, the Frenchman managed to parry a low cross onto De Gea, who was leaning against the near post, and had the ball squirming under his legs, allowing Conor Coady to snap in front of a startled Dalot and head home from close range.
Speaking to beIN Sports after the game, Dalot addressed De Gea’s statement in the dressing room.
“I spoke to David at half-time and he didn’t expect the ball to go through his legs, even I didn’t expect the ball to go through his legs, so I take responsibility. I could have reacted a little faster. ” ” he said.
“I also thank the Everton player who reacted quicker than me. I think we just have to learn, luckily we won on merit and we’re fighting to score another goal and I think we deserve it to move on.”
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Coady would score an own goal at the end of a scintillating run from Marcus Rashford as United regained the lead after half-time.
Rashford would then freeze the game from the penalty spot in stoppage time after Ben Godfrey brought down substitute Alejandro Garnacho.