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Andre Onana: Fans Mock Man United Keeper for Conceding ‘Easy’ Goal vs Bayern Munich
- Andre Onana was the biggest talking point of Bayern Munich and Man United's UCL cracker
- The Cameroonian failed to keep a clean sheet at Allianz Arena with four goals put past him
- Onana has had a difficult start to life since his arrival at Old Trafford in the summer window
Andre Onana has once again found himself on the receiving end after an underwhelming display during Manchester United's UEFA Champions League clash against Bayern Munich.
The Cameroonian goalkeeper was between the sticks during the Red Devils' Group A opener against the Bundesliga giants on Wednesday night.
However, the former Inter Milan shot-stopper had a night to forget as he shipped in four goals during the tie staged at Allianz Arena in Germany.
The Guardian reports that Leroy Sane opened the scoring for the hosts in the 28th minute, with his low effort somehow creeping under Onana’s body to make it 1-0.
The Cameroonian international's miss sparked many reactions on social media, with a section of fans ridiculing him for conceding 'an easy goal.'
@Is_Keith_Smooth pointed out:
"UTD fans thought he was the next Alison."
@toothyplays_ had an interesting question:
"Onana has to be the worst big money keeper after Kepa right?"
@utd_jms saw the negative side of things:
"Our goalkeepers are cursed."
"My name is Onana. You can call me the drinking master."
Bayern Munich maul Man United
Meanwhile, efforts by Man United to recover from Sane's opener proved futile as Serge Gnabry went on to double Bayern's lead four minutes later.
Rasmus Hojlund went on to pull one back for the Premier League side after the break, only for Harry Kane to restore the hosts' two-goal advantage.
Casemiro scored a brace for United but it was not enough to salvage a point for his team, as Bayern's Mathys Tel also got onto the scoresheet.
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Champions League wrap after matchday two
Sports Brief also provided a wrap of day two of the Champions League, looking at the major talking points from the games on September 20.
Among the hot topics were Man United's continued struggles all season, as well as Jude Bellingham scoring yet again for Real Madrid.