BBC's Garth Crook stunned by De Gea's saves against Swansea
In the second half of the clash Swansea's striker Tammy Abraham had two beautiful opportunities of reducing the 0-2 deficit, moreover, the loanee from Chelsea executed the chances properly. There was only one major mistake - he tried to get the ball inside the net past David De Gea.
"The first save De Gea made from the Swansea striker suggested his hand was made of bronze, such was the strength in his wrist. The second save was equally impressive as he had to read the pitch of the ball before it reared up violently towards goal. How he kept the ball from entering the net I will never know."