Sergio Romero made series of saves in United’s goalless draw premier league game against Southampton at St. Mary.
Southampton should have gone ahead to get a win when Eric Bailly was adjudged to have the ball in the 18-yard-box and referee pointed at the spot kick, but United goalkeeper Romero was equal to the task, parrying the ball to the right hand side and rendering Manolo Gabbiadini who took the spot kick helpless and frustrated.
The silver-winning fifa world cup medalist with Argentina was tried severally by the Saints, and was eventually forced to make significant saves in the second half when it looked as if the Southampton needed a desperate win to enable them edge out United.
Though the reality was that Southampton needed a win to enable them move three points adrift West Brom who trail them with just one point.
United have a more serious match to play in the final against Ajax in the Europa League, Sergio Romero will be expected to do more on that day.