Negative energy to blame for the struggle of De Gea Spain – Saul
David de Gea made another mistake while serving in Spain in midweek because a failed smuggling allowed Croatia to record an injury time winner in a League of Nations clash that collided with both teams.
The score was 2-2 in Zagreb when De Gea parried Josip Brekalo's low drive to Tin Jedvaj, who duly scored his second goal to win three points for Croatia.
De Gea's appearance for Spain has been studied since the World Cup, a tournament where he only made one save, but Saul Niguez from Atletico Madrid believes that 'negative energy' contribute to his struggle on the international stage.
"When you put a lot of criticism on players, it affects us all," Saul said. "Even if we say, & # 39; No, it's not good for anyone who De Gea accepts criticism, they shouldn't be like that & # 39;
"He is one of the best in the world. There may be times when you decide good or bad and for me it's not fair that you blame De Gea.
"I don't think he lacks confidence, he shows an extraordinary personality, but what is produced, that negative energy, is not good for anyone.
"It would be better to change energy and talk about other things.
"If David concedes a goal, I don't think it's just his fault, but everyone, we all need to pay more attention."