Manchester United legend, Paul Scholes has said Andre Onana was responsible for all the goals they conceded in a 3-3 draw with Galatasaray in the Champions League on Wednesday night.
The Red Devils took a two-goal lead through Alejandro Garnacho and Bruno Fernandes, but were pegged back when Hakim Ziyech’s free-kick left Onana flat-footed.
Scott McTominay made it 3-1, only for Onana to misread another Ziyech free-kick.
Kerem Akturkoglu then fired a blistering effort to level the scores.
Speaking on TNT Sports after the game Scholes said: “He makes people nervous, he makes the defence nervous, he makes the whole team nervous. He makes simple saves look really, really difficult.
“Beaten at the near post [for Galatasaray’s third]. We’ll probably have goalkeeper experts who will know more about this than us, but again I don’t think he should be beaten at the near post.
His positioning is poor. For me, all three goals are down to him. His technique looks awkward.”