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Onana speaks on penalty save as Man Utd beat Copenhagen

 Manchester United goalkeeper, Andre Onana has said he was only doing his job after he saved a last-minute penalty to ensure they beat FC Copenhagen 1-0 in the Champions League on Tuesday night.

It was the Red Devils’ first three points of the season in the competition.

Former skipper, Harry Maguire headed in what proved to be the winner with 20 minutes to go, only for Scott McTominay to give away a penalty in the 94th minute.

Jordan Larsson’s effort was palmed aside by Onana to spark wild scenes at Old Trafford.

Onana has been under huge scrutiny since he arrived from Inter Milan in a deal worth upwards of £44million, having made numerous mistakes and conceded 20 goals in 12 games before tonight.

“I’m just doing my job, the most important thing is to win against a tough team.

“I am happy for the victory, we had a good game and a big goal from Harry.

“We are Manchester United. We are a big club, big players. It’s just a matter of time, now we have to continue like this. I have no doubt we will make it,” Onana told TNT Sports.

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