Manchester United goalkeeper Andre Onana has shouldered the blame following Manchester United 4-3 defeat against Bayern Munich.
Speaking after the clash, Onana admitted that it because of him that the club did not win and will have to learn from the experience.
“It’s my responsibility, because of me we didn’t win — and I have to learn from it,” he said
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“I have a lot to prove, because to be honest my start in Man United is not so good” said Onana
The Senegalese keeper was speaking in reference to the first goal by Sane where he failed to stop the ball which diverted to the back of his own goal.
Even though he made a couple of decent saves, the former Ajax player was beaten three more times to suffer a 4-3 defeat at Allianz Arena.
Harry Kane netted from the penalty spot as Casemiro scored twice but it was too late to grab a point in the first group stage clash.