NEWS NOW : Andre Onana makes another error for Manchester United against Brentford.

Andre Onana had another forgettable moment for Manchester United in their final Premier League match against Brentford.

The shot stopper scored the first goal of the match with a tame effort.

Erikten Hag’s team entered the match and had to recover after a terrible start to the season.

The Red Devils have won just three league games this season, losing a further four and making their worst start to a season since the Premier League was founded 31 years ago.

OnSaturday, fans and players were desperate to turn their season around against the Bees, especially Onana.

The 27-year-old has failed to adapt to life at his new club since arriving from last season’s Champions League finalists Inter Milan.

Howdid Onana’s start to the season go?United fans were incredibly excited when the transfer was confirmed, but that enthusiasm faded as the season progressed. Onana has been guilty of a number of errors since he replaced former club employee David de Gea, most notably against Bayern Munich in the opening Champions League match.

Thenumbers are not flattering.

He only has a save percentage of 68.6%, which equates to 25 saves on 35 total shots on goal.

This percentage is only the 12th highest in the league. Additionally, it only has a zero rating of 28.6%.

Despiteits difficulties, Ten Hag maintains its number one status and hopes to change its destiny.

Brentford was an opportunity for him to recover, but he made another mistake in an important match for United.

This latest howler monkey is particularly nasty.

In the 26th minute the guests picked up the ball and broke the pace.

After entering the penalty area, a pinball occurred before the ball fell to Mathias Jensen, who took a weak shot towards goal.

Eventhough the shot was close to Onana, he only managed to get a glove on it and couldn’t keep the ball.

The goalkeeper could only bury his head in the grass as the Brentford players broke away.

His reaction showed that he knew he should have saved the ball.

The incident adds to his woes since joining the club this summer, with his confidence likely to be very low after yet another blunder.

He watches the goal and Onana’s reaction below.

Fortunatelyfor Onana and Ten Hag, two goals from Scott McTominay allowed United to come from behind late in the game.

Both goalkeeper and manager would have been hugely relieved after the final whistle.

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