Andre Onana: Video Emerges of Man United Goalkeeper Looking Heartbroken After Galatasaray Draw

Andre Onana: Video Emerges of Man United Goalkeeper Looking Heartbroken After Galatasaray Draw

Fred Kennedy
updated at February 13, 2024 at 11:54 AM
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  • Andre Onana was almost reduced to tears after Man United's 3-3 draw vs Galatasaray
  • A section of fans blamed the goalkeeper for the disappointing result at RAMS Park
  • United currently sit bottom of Group A in the Champions League with just four points

A video of Andre Onana looking completely shattered after Manchester United's 3-3 draw against Galatasaray in the Champions League has emerged.

United surrendered a 3-1 advantage to settle for a draw at RAMS Park on Wednesday night, with the result denting their chances of qualifying for the last 16 of the European competition.

Andre Onana looks dejected after the UEFA Champions League match between Galatasaray and Manchester United. Photo by Seskim Photo.
Andre Onana looks dejected after the UEFA Champions League match between Galatasaray and Manchester United. Photo by Seskim Photo.
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According to Sky Sports, Alejandro Garnacho opened the scoring for United in the 11th minute before Bruno Fernandes doubled the advantage seven minutes later with a fine finish.

However, Hakim Ziyech pulled one back for the hosts before the half-hour mark, only for Scott McTominay to restore United's two-goal advantage in the 55th minute.

Ziyech went on to make it 3-2 through another free-kick before Muhammed Kerem Aktürkoğlu netted the equaliser in the 71st minute.

Onana cuts dejected face at full-time

Onana found himself on the receiving end after the full-time whistle, with a section of fans blaming him for United's capitulation.

However, the Cameroonian was seemingly as disappointed as every United supporter, with new footage showing him completely heartbroken after the draw.

In the video, a visibly distraught Onana can be seen throwing his gloves to the turf in frustration before putting his head in his hands.

Incredibly, Erik ten Hag refused to blame the shotstopper for the disappointing result, saying:

"We win and lose together. He is okay. It is not about individuals."
"Individual errors in football can make a difference and you take responsibility for it, but it is always about the team," he added.

What Guardiola said about Onana

Sports Brief earlier reported that Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola once voiced his admiration for Cameroon and Manchester United goalkeeper Andre Onana, appreciating how good he is.

The Cameroon international has been in the news for the wrong reasons recently, as he continues to struggle between the sticks for Manchester United.

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