Andre Onana wows fans with sublime skill to evade Hakim Ziyech

Andre Onana wows fans with sublime skill to evade Hakim Ziyech…but he’s later at fault after spilling the ex-Chelsea winger’s free-kick as Man United TWICE give up a two-goal lead to draw 3-3 with Galatasaray in the Champions League

  • The Cameroonian showcased his supreme skill on the ball against Galatasaray
  • But he was later at fault for the goal that let the Turkish side back into the match
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Andre Onana had Manchester United fans on the edge of their seats with a sublime piece of skill to evade Galatasaray forward Hakim Ziyech. 

The eccentric stopper endured a disappointing night in Istanbul, committing two errors that led to goals in Erik ten Hag’s side’s 3-3 Champions League draw. 

But toward the end of the first-half, with the score at 2-1 in United’s favour, Onana showcased his supreme talents on the ball. 

The away side were in danger of being hit on the counter following a corner before Onana received the ball in the centre-circle, 30-yards from his goal. 

With Ziyech pressing, the Cameroonian feinted a pass to his left before expertly spinning away from the winger and clipping an inch-perfect pass out wide to restart the attack. 

Andre Onana produced the daring move 30 yards away from his goal in the first half of United’s thrilling 3-3 Champions League draw against Galatasaray

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The Cameroonian was at fault for both of Hakim Ziyech’s goals, with the second-half strike proving most costly after United has re-established their two-goal advantage 

Unfortunately for the Premier League side, Ziyech and Galatasaray ended up having the last laugh on Wednesday night following Onana’s costly errors. 

Following first-half goals from Alejandro Garnacho, Bruno Fernandes and the Moroccan, United restored their two-goal advantage when Scott McTominay struck in the 55th minute. 

But Onana spilled Ziyech’s free-kick minutes later before Muhammed Kerem Akturkoglu completed the comeback with a devastating finish on the angle. 

The draw saw United remain bottom of Group A ahead of a final matchday fixture against Bayern Munich at Old Trafford next month. 


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