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In a dramatic turn of events, Cameroon's Andre Onana, the goalkeeper for Manchester United, has come under scrutiny after his performance in the Champions League match against Galatasaray in Istanbul.
, who was signed for a hefty fee of 55 million euros, is now seen as a key factor in Manchester United's precarious position in the competition.
Manchester United's decision to replace the experienced Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea
with Inter's Andre Onana
for a staggering 55 million euros is now being questioned. Onana's performance in the crucial Champions League
match against Galatasaray has raised eyebrows, as he was directly responsible for two of the three goals conceded by Manchester United.
In the 28th minute, Onana
was caught off-guard by a strike from Hakim Ziyech
, barely moving as the ball found the net. His most significant error came in the 62nd minute when he conceded a goal from a free-kick by Ziyech, which was intended as a cross. This blunder, along with a less-than-adequate reaction to Kareem Akturkoglu's equalizing goal for a 3-3 draw, has put Manchester United's European campaign in jeopardy.
Following this disappointing draw with Galatasaray, Manchester United faces the risk of an early exit from European competition. The team's final group stage match against Bayern Munich is now a do-or-die situation, with the pressure mounting on Onana and the team to deliver a victory.