Manchester United faces imminent elimination from the Champions League after squandering a two-goal lead twice in a 3-3 draw against Galatasaray.
Despite being at the bottom of Group A, they must now beat Bayern Munich in their final match to have any hope of advancing.
Even a victory may not be enough if Galatasaray triumphs over FC Copenhagen or if the Danish champions secure at least four points in their remaining matches.
The Red Devils, with just one win in five Champions League games, reflect on missed opportunities and goalkeeper Andre Onana’s costly errors.
Alejandro Garnacho’s impressive goal had initially put United ahead, but defensive lapses allowed Galatasaray to equalize.
The vociferous Galatasaray crowd, initially silenced by United’s early goals, witnessed their team’s comeback.
The game featured a total of 26 goals in United’s Champions League campaign, highlighting their struggle to maintain leads.
Despite Scott McTominay briefly restoring a two-goal cushion, Onana’s error allowed Galatasaray to level the score again.
Onana’s repeated mistakes in Europe raise concerns, with his latest blunder coming from Hakim Ziyech’s free-kick, leading to a 3-3 draw.
Report by Chibuike Ezekwesili
News Editor: Okuh Ikeme
Published by, Odoh Ngozi