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    What De Gea said after Manchester embarrassing 4-0 misfortune to Everton

    Manchester Joined goalkeeper, David De Gea, has spoken about their mortifying 4-0 annihilation to Everton on Sunday.


    De Gea, who was Manchester Joined's remain in skipper, offered a sincere statement of regret to fans.

    The Spaniard got some analysis for his situating to permit Gylfi Sigurdsson to flame home Everton's second objective however was powerless to forestall the other Toffees' objectives.

    He tweeted, "Hard to articulate what I am feeling today. As skipper I need to state that the execution of the group today, over the outcome, was not up to the standard expected when you pull on this shirt.

    "We realize that we need to improve yet words mean nearly nothing: we need to give everything for this club."

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