October 4, 2023 at 7:05 am
- David De Gea shares a ‘smiling’ photo during Andre Onana’s yet another disappointing performance
- Onana was guilty of some questionable decisions Manchester United fell on galatasaray
- The Red Devils refused to renew De Gea’s contract and the former decided to go to Ajax goalkeeper
Fans are sure David De Gea knew what he was doing after the former Manchester United goalkeeper shared a cryptic post on October 3.
The Instagram story went viral after Galatasaray beat Manchester United 3-2 in the Champions League at Old Trafford.
Eric ten Hag’s side’s poor start to the season continued as they gifted the Turkish giants their first win on English soil. A brace from Rasmus Höglund was not enough to guarantee victory, with Galatasaray coming from behind each time, before Mauro Icardi atoned for a missed penalty nine minutes from time to score the winner.
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Onana’s mistakes against Galatasaray
The result once again focused on Andre Onana’s performance in goal, with the shot-stopper making several mistakes. The former Inter Milan goalkeeper played a short pass to Casemiro, forcing the Brazilian to make a hasty challenge, resulting in him being sent off the field.
Icardi had him sent off late on after being ruled to go down before a lobbed pass was played in for Galatasaray’s winner.
It has been a disastrous start to life in England for the Cameroon international, who has conceded 18 goals in 10 games so far.
‘How did David De Gea react’
His predecessor, De Gea, was released from the club by Ten Hag despite winning the Golden Glove the previous season. The Spanish goalkeeper, who is yet to find another club, uploaded a photo in which he is seen smiling with a group of friends.
X users immediately jumped on the photo @UTDDengv2 Saying,
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“That smile, he knows what he’s doing,”
“That’s how you shine when you’re far away from toxicity.”
“Man is trolling Man Utd.”
Ten Hag defends Onana
game brief Eric ten Hag has reportedly launched a passionate defense of Andre Onana following his costly mistakes in the Champions League.
Speaking after the match, the United boss cleared his goalkeeper of any blame, saying he would continue to support him.