“Can’t save shots,” “Bring De Gea back” – Manchester United fans criticize Andre Onana following a 3-1 loss to Arsenal

In a fiery clash at the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal dismantled Manchester United, leaving them empty-handed on Sunday, September 3. The loyal Old Trafford supporters were understandably discontent with their team’s dismal performance, and much of their frustration was directed at goalkeeper Andre Onana.

Right from the outset, the Gunners took charge of the match, putting Erik ten Hag’s squad on the defensive. However, in the 27th minute, Marcus Rashford capitalized on a lightning-fast counterattack, surging in from the left wing and delivering an exquisite strike that nestled into the far corner of the net.

Unfortunately for the Red Devils, their euphoria was short-lived, as Arsenal swiftly responded just 35 seconds later. Gabriel Martinelli exhibited his skills, crafting a flawless assist for Martin Odegaard, who effortlessly leveled the score against Andre Onana.

After halftime, a controversial moment unfolded. Kai Havertz believed he had earned a penalty after a tussle with Aaron Wan-Bissaka inside the penalty area, but VAR ultimately overturned the initial decision.

Adding to the intrigue, Alejandro Garnacho, a United substitute, thought he had secured a late victory, only for VAR to rule him offside.

Then came the added time that left Manchester United fans exasperated. Declan Rice connected with a corner from Bukayo Saka, expertly controlled the ball on his chest, and calmly slotted a low shot past Onana. Gabriel Jesus put the finishing touch on Arsenal’s triumph, eluding Johnny Evans and placing the ball beyond Onana to secure the victory.

Following the defeat, the spotlight harshly shifted to Onana, who bore the brunt of furious Manchester United supporters’ ire. Fans took to Twitter to vent their frustrations with the goalkeeper’s performance. Here’s a glimpse into the deluge of tweets aimed at Andre Onana’s display on the pitch:

Injury Woes Deepen for Manchester United as Lisandro Martinez Departs Arsenal Match Early
During Sunday’s Premier League showdown between United and Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium, Lisandro Martinez left the field with a suspected injury. The Argentine defender went down just past the 60-minute mark, following a late challenge on Eddie Nketiah, which resulted in a yellow card.

Former Manchester United captain Harry Maguire was promptly called to warm up and took Martinez’s place shortly after. This setback compounds the challenges for Erik ten Hag, who is already grappling with the absence of Raphael Varane due to an injury sustained in last weekend’s dramatic 3-2 victory over Nottingham Forest.

Losing Martinez for an extended period could leave the Red Devils without their two top central defenders. Adding to the list of casualties, Mason Mount and Luke Shaw have been sidelined for the past two weeks, while Rasmus Hojlund missed the season’s opening three matches but made his debut as a substitute during the Arsenal game.