Manchester United may have lost by one goal against Bayern Munich, but Erik ten Hag's stars have been heavily criticised for their performance.
Despite making it 4-3 in the dying minutes of the game, Man United's players didn't cover themselves in glory over the 90 minutes of the Champions League group game.
After a bright start for Man United, Bayern turned the game on its head as Leroy Sane's shot — which should have been easily saved — squeezed past Andre Onana to make it 1-0.
The former Inter Milan star took the blame for the Red Devils defeat in his post-match, stating he 'let the team down' with his error.
But talkSPORT's Jamie O'Hara was less than sympathetic when assessing Onana's performance, reminding fans of the goalkeeper's furious reaction to teammate Harry Maguire's loose back pass in pre-season.
«Onana annoys me,» he told the Sports Bar. «I remember in pre-season when he first rocked and he made a point about digging out Harry Maguire.
»Do you remember he ran out [at him] and we were all going 'oh, he slaughtered him', giving it all that and saying Onana was going to be a leader.
«He needs to sew his arms on! It's a massive mistake. You think, well hold on a minute, you're digging out players, rushing out the box like 'what you doing?' That used to wind me up so much.
»Shut up, get the ball out of the net and do your job!"
Former England defender Stuart Pearce was also unimpressed by Onana. But there was another Man United star he also took issue with as the Red Devils fell to their third defeat in a row — Marcus Rashford.
Commentating on the game for talkSPORT live from the Allianz Arena, Pearce said Rashford looked 'like he had a fridge on his back' as he tried to track back.
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