Andre Onana, the blunder goaltender for Manchester United, has been seen dropping his vehicle keys hours after the horrific show that Bayern put on for them

After the ordeal he went through in the Champions League, it was a relief to see that his most recent error did not cost United anything on the field.

The 27-year-old goalkeeper for Cameroon had a night to forget on Wednesday during his team’s loss to Bayern Munich by a score of 4-3.

While the game was still scoreless, the summer signing from Inter Milan that cost £47.2 million made a mistake that put Bayern in the lead.

After cutting in from the right and playing a one-two with Harry Kane with 28 minutes remaining on the clock, Leroy Sane took a first-time shot from 20 yards out that was low and relatively slow. The shot was taken with his right foot.

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On the other hand, Onana accepted whole responsibility for the loss once it had occurred.

Fans were eager to appreciate his bravery when he demanded to face the media following his gaffe and apologize for his mistake.

“It’s difficult to lose this way because, at the beginning, we started very good,” said United’s goalkeeper, who has allowed ten goals in United’s first five Premier League games this season.

“Because of my error, we were unable to regain control of the game.”It is a challenging circumstance for all of us, but particularly for me because I am the member of the team who has let everyone down. Because of me, we didn’t end up winning today.”

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“Today was one of the worst games I’ve ever played, and it’s frustrating because we have high aspirations, and this was a significant chance for us to get back on track.”

“It’s tough, but we have to be together and the only thing to do is learn from our mistakes,” she said. “It’s the only thing to do.”

Onana and United supporters alike will be praying that Saturday’s nightmare against Bayern Munich will be just that: a nightmare.

The Red Devils will heаd tо Burnley with the gоаl оf breаking their lоsing streаk аt Turf Mооr, which currently stаnds аt three mаtches.

However, according to an exclusive report from Sun Sport, there is further unrest in the team as a result of how the former goalkeeper David De Gea was treated.