Fans praise Andre Onana for ‘showing more balls than most of the squad’ as he ‘DEMANDS interview’ to apologise for gaffe

ANDRE ONANA offered a grovelling apology to his Manchester United team-mates after his error against Bayern Munich.

The £47million buy from Inter Milan had come in for criticism earlier this week due to United conceding ten goals in five Premier League games.

Andre Onana requested to be interviewed after the game

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And Onana was thrust into the spotlight tonight when he failed to make a routine save against Leroy Sane to kick off the 4-3 defeat at the Allianz Arena.

The former Manchester City star produced a tame shot from outside the box, but Onana failed to deal with it properly and the ball spooned off his hand and into the net.

Speaking to TNT Sports after the game, Onana admitted it was “my worst game”, but praised his team-mates for their efforts in almost clawing a result from the game through three second half goals.

Onana said: “It’s difficult to lose this way because, in the beginning, we started very good.

“After my mistake, we lost control of the game.

“It’s a difficult situation for us, for me especially because I’m the one who let the team down. We didn’t win today because of me.”

Despite the error, fans praised Onana for owning up to his mistake and coming out to face the post-match scrutiny after requesting to speak to the media.

One fan said: “Fair play to Onana for that interview.


A second typed: “Onana showing more balls and character than most of this squad.”

“Onana requested an interview. De Gea would be on the way home already ,” remarked a third.

A fourth wrote: “He has owned to his mistakes wow.”

Another added: “Owning up to it nice to see.

While a fifth commented: “What a guy.”

Man Utd boss Erik ten Hag blasted his team’s defensive display, saying the lack of consistency in the team’s performances were bringing the overall results of the team down.

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