David De Gea sends message to Man United supporters after PSV stalemate

David De Gea says Man United can't feel sorry for themselves after goalless stalemate

David De Gea says Manchester United have no time to feel shame ahead of Saturday’s trip to Leicester City after a goalless draw with PSV Eindhoven on Wednesday night.

The Red Devils missed the chance to secure their place in the Champions League knockout phase after a stalemate with Eredivisie holders PSV at Old Trafford in their penultimate group-stage game.

Louis van Gaal’s side will travel to Wolfsburg in their final Champions League group game knowing that a victory will assure their place in the last 16 of the competition.

However, United number one De Gea urged the Red Devils to turn their thoughts to their imminent trip to Premier League leaders Leicester at King Power Stadium on Saturday.

The Red Devils struggled to create any clear-cut chances against the Eredivisie champions as Jesse Lingaard wasted a good first-half opportunity at Old Trafford.

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France international Morgan Schneiderlin also had a close-range attempt saved by PSV goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet after half-time.

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