David de Gea is one of the true clean sheet artists of European football, but no goalkeeper can keep the net empty forever as the Man United goalkeeper learned firsthand with Spain before the end of the first half against Croatia.
Amazing Croatia goal 1-1 https://t.co/FdpiUVs1oJ
— Bruno (@BrunooFCB) June 21, 2016
It certainly wasn’t the most conventional method of getting a goal for Croatia’s Nikola Kalinic, but it was without a doubt one of the most unique ones in recent memory – and all Spain could do was shrug as they went into the half and hope that they could reclaim the lead in the final 45.
The conceded goal was the first one ever for De Gea as the stopper for Spain. But who’s to say it wasn’t the last?
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