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Marcus Rashford's look at Erik ten Hag after David de Gea mistake says it all

Marcus Rashford's look at Erik ten Hag after David de Gea mistake says it all

De Gea's error could cost Manchester United a place in the Champions League next season, with Liverpool starting to catch them.

Marcus Rashford gave a look that told 1000 words, as David de Gea's awful goalkeeping error gave West Ham United the lead against Manchester United.

De Gea's form has certainly been up and down this season, despite leading the way for Premier League clean sheets for the campaign, currently.

His errors as Erik ten Hag's side were dumped out of the Europa League last month was certainly the worst of his form, especially his mis-control for the third goal.

The fact it's come alongside the decision as to whether he will sign a new contract at Old Trafford has left some fans wondering about his future at the club.

On Sunday, the team's attempts to finish in the top four, and beat a resurgent Liverpool into the Champions League continued, as they were the visitors to the London Stadium.

West Ham were just as desperate for the win, with David Moyes side attempting to earn vital points to all but secure their position in the Premier League.

It was the visitors who looked more likely to score early on but De Gea then made a huge error to gift Said Benrahma the opening goal.

Now footage of Rashford has emerged, and it suggests the forward is rather fed up with things, giving his manager a very telling look.

De Gea has obviously been a wonderful servant for the club at times, especially in the dark days between Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement and Ten Hag's appointment.

The 32-year-old won the club's Player of the Year award four times between 2014 and 2018 and was at times their saving grace.

However, he has also had many poor moments and has especially been criticised for his lack of ability on the ball and his physicality as well.

The latter was particularly poignant in the second half, as the hosts at the London Stadium once again had the ball in the back of the net.

A long throw into the box was swiped away by the United keeper, with Jarrod Bowen then netting the follow up, but the hosts were pinged for a shove on De Gea.

It was just about the correct decision from the referee but it once against showed the issues the Spaniard has inbetween the sticks.

Featured Image Credit: beIN Sport

Topics: Football, Marcus Rashford, Erik Ten Hag, Manchester United, David De Gea, West Ham United, Premier League