Manchester United lost 4-3 to Bayern Munich in the Champions League on Wednesday night away in Germany.
An Andre Onana blunder against a tame shot from Leroy Sane saw United go behind in the first half before Serge Gnabry made it 2-0 four minutes later. Rasmus Hojlund pulled one back for United, but Harry Kane fired in a penalty and Mathys Tel netted a fourth to make Casemiro’s late double an irrelevance.
Despite Onana accepting the blame for the defeat to Bayern Munich, Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag refused to blame the Manchester United goalkeeper.
Ten Hag said: “It’s good he’s doing that but it’s about the team. Mistakes are being made but you have to bounce back as a team.
“If one player makes a mistake, it’s done, it’s gone. We have to believe as a team that we can always bounce back. Tonight we showed it.”
The 4-3 defeat to Bayern Munich is Manchester United’s third in a row and fourth overall this season.