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Wednesday 20 September 2023 23:39, UK
Even Andre Onana thinks Andre Onana is performing miserably for Manchester United.
He said: «I have a lot to prove. My start in Manchester has not been good or how I want.»
Gary Neville is adamant the goalkeeping position at United is one of the most scrutinised and pressurised jobs in world football. Onana is certainly feeling that heat. It's now 15 goals conceded in six games.
The great goalkeepers are barely noticed. However, Onana is grabbing headlines, regularly trending on social media and issuing apologies front and centre in front of the cameras for performances.
There was the reckless punched clearance against Wolves that somehow, wrongly, survived a VAR appeal for a penalty.
Then the hapless retreat and stumble that allowed Taiwo Awoniyi to open the scoring for Nottingham Forest.
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His critics would also point to perhaps some weak wrists on show for Declan Rice's winner for Arsenal and Joao Pedro's strike for Brighton in United's 3-1 defeat on Saturday.
But this moment at Bayern Munich was the biscuit taker. A non-league goalkeeper would have been devastated to have conceded in such a manner from Leroy Sane shot that lacked both power and accuracy. It was barely even a tickle.
Onana kept eight clean sheets for Inter Milan on their run to the Champions League final last season. Can someone regress so quickly? It begsRead on skysports.com