Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero had arguably his best game for his new club so far, as the Reds beat Club Brugge 4-0 in Belgium.
The Argentinian had a huge part to play as Man United secured their return to Champions League football with a 7-1 aggregate win.
Romero made a heroic save just before half-time to ensure United went into the break in the lead, somehow managing to keep out Abdoulay Diaby after the midfielder was through on goal.
After being put through on goal with a simple ball down the middle of United’s defence, Diaby tried going around Romero. The 28-year-old had other ideas, getting down well to claw the ball away from the Brugge attacker.
United fans were delighted with their new ‘keeper, singing his praises during the game:
Romero's done more to deserve that chant than that Colombian fraud
— Tom (@TomE2112) August 26, 2015
Away end with a song for Romero… ? ? Lo lo lo lo lo lo Sergio Romero! ? ?
— United Peoples TV (@UnitedPeoplesTV) August 26, 2015
HT: It's all about Romero #mufc.
— Tinkerman (@VickieOfficiel) August 26, 2015
Superb from Romero, absolutely superb. No right to stop that from being a chance.
— MUFC Peoples Person (@PeoplesPerson_) August 26, 2015
Top work from Romero, dived at feet of Diaby when he was through
— Paul Hirst (@hirstclass) August 26, 2015
Tidy that from Romero. Very tidy. #mufc
— TShirtsUnited (@tshirtsunited) August 26, 2015
Romero is yet to concede to an opposition player this season and has kept four clean sheets already. The only goal he has conceded this season has been from a deflected own goal off the boot of Michael Carrick.
Despite the new surroundings, Romero looks to be settling quickly into life at United and is starting to look very much at home.
With a new chant debuted in Belgium for the stopper, United fans have taken to Romero extremely quickly. Despite David De Gea still being at the club amid interest from Real Madrid, the Reds have barely missed last year’s player of the season.
It is testament to how well Romero has started his United career and he will be hoping he can continue his good form against Swansea on Sunday, if he still remains No.1 at the club.