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    Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has ended one of football's most frustrating runs

    Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has ended one of football's most frustrating runs


    His penalty save to secure a 2-1 English Premier League victory at West Ham is the first spot kick he's kept out in five years, curtailing 40 successive misses.

    Elsewhere, Chelsea have beaten Tottenham 3-nil and Brighton have defeated Leicester 2-1.

    Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United remain undefeated on top of the table on 13 points after five rounds.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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