The two Brazilians were tied on eight per cent, while David De Gea was just one per cent behind them as he completed the top four. Our Spanish no.1 wasn’t anywhere near as busy as his opposite number, and former United colleague Sam Johnstone, but he still had to make a vital stop at 0-0, denying Conor Townsend with a trademark foot save just before the Reds’ penalty was awarded.
Next in the rundown of our poll results were the two centre-backs – Victor Lindelof and Harry Maguire – on a day when United kept a first clean sheet in four games, and the two players who gave the frustratingly brilliant Johnstone his greatest amount of work in goal for West Brom, Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford.
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