Andre Onana has made a crucial penalty save to give Manchester United their first victory in three UEFA Champions League matches.
The match was against FC Copenhagen, and the score was 1-0 in United’s favor when Copenhagen was awarded a penalty in the seventh minute of stoppage time.
Onana guessed correctly and made a strong save to deny Jordan Larsson’s spot kick, securing the win for United.
Onana’s save was a major moment in the match, and it was widely praised by fans and pundits alike. It was also a significant moment for Onana himself, who had joined United earlier that summer and was making his Champions League debut for the club. The save helped to cement Onana’s status as United’s number one goalkeeper, and it also helped to boost the team’s morale after a difficult start to the season.
Manchester United fans were particularly grateful for Onana’s save, as it came on a night when the team was paying tribute to the late Sir Bobby Charlton. Charlton was one of the greatest players in Manchester United’s history, and he had passed away just a few weeks before the match. United’s win over Copenhagen was a fitting way to honor Charlton’s memory, and Onana’s penalty save was a crucial moment in the game.