England v Spain: What De Gea told Luis Enrique about Welbeck’s disallowed goal

David De Gea
Spain coach, Luis Enrique has revealed what his goalkeeper, David De Gea told him about England star, Danny Welbeck’s disallowed goal in Spain’s victory over the Three Lions at Wembley on Saturday.

He said De Gea told him that he was fouled for Welbeck’s disallowed effort.
Manchester United forward, Marcus Rashford had put the home side in front after just 11 minutes but goals from Saul and Rodrigo before half-time sealed the win for Luis Enrique’s side.
The Three Lions came close to equalising in injury time after De Dea dropped the ball on Welbeck before the Arsenal forward finished from close range.
But referee Danny Makkelie ruled out the goal and awarded Spain a free-kick for a foul on De Dea.
When asked what he thought about the referee decision after the game, Enrique told Sky Sports “I couldn’t see, it was difficult, David De Gea told me he was fouled.
“When you think about the whole match, we deserved to win.”
The former Barcelona boss also defended the Manchester United goalkeeper after he was criticised for his performances at the World Cup and claims the goalkeeper is the best in the world. “I’ve never had any doubts with De Gea,’ said the Spain boss.
“He may have mistakes like everybody else, but we have one of the best in the world.
“I’m very calm about him, he’s a top level player, something he has shown in this game and throughout his years in England.
“Going by numbers and performances, he is world’s number one.”