Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea played a vital role for Spain in their 1-0 win over Ukraine on Monday night.
The Spaniard pulled off a number of high quality saves, but none were as impressive as this effort as he denied the hosts a way back into the game after Mario Gaspar had given La Roja the lead.
De Gea was a target for Real Madrid throughout the summer, as reported by Sky Sports, and he saw a move to the Bernabeu collapse on the final day of the summer transfer window.
The 24-year-old has since returned to the United line-up under Louis van Gaal, and will look to play a significant role in their push for silverware this season.
Having been neglected during the window given the uncertainty over his future, De Gea will hope that his recent performances will help ensure that he establishes himself as the number one for the national side at Euro 2016 in France next summer.
The former Atletico Madrid stopper is delighted with his current form, as noted by Manchester Evening News, but he will now look to return to club duty and help United regroup and bounce back after their heavy defeat to Arsenal prior to the international break.
The Red Devils face Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday afternoon, as they look to close the gap on league leaders Manchester City who currently hold a two-point lead over Van Gaal’s side and Arsenal.