Fans all say the same thing as Dean Henderson saves Declan Rice’s penalty just hours after De Gea’s Man Utd horror show


MANCHESTER UNITED fans are all saying the same thing after Dean Henderson produced a match-winning penalty save.

The 25-year-old completed a season-long loan move to Nottingham Forest last month.

And more than a few United fans want him back already despite an explosive interview after leaving Old Trafford.

Dean Henderson pulled off a crucial save from Red Devil’s transfer target Declan Rice’s 64th-minute penalty.

The stop denied West Ham an equaliser as Forest went on to produce a memorable 1-0 win.

Erik ten Hag’s men got stuffed 4-0 at Brentford on Saturday after a pair of howlers from David de Gea.

One user of social media summarised the weekend’s performances from the respective No1s.

They wrote: “Henderson: 1 penalty saved, excellent overall performance. De Gea: 2 goals given away, dire performance.”

One added: “Dean Henderson was always going to have a blinder the day after De Gea made so many howlers.”

Another fan exclaimed: “Dean Henderson turns into quality keeper when he is out of United.”

While one stated: “Bring back Dean Henderson #DeGeaOut.”

The England youngster ranted he was furious with the Red Devils for their treatment of him after turning down previous offers.

Henderson says he was PROMISED the No 1 role ahead of David de Gea by ex-boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer last summer.

He ended up with playing just THREE games but got his revenge today. 

Hendo blasted: “I turned so many good loans down last summer for that reason  and they wouldn’t let me go.

“To  waste 12 months was criminal really, at my age. I was fuming. It was so frustrating.”

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