De Gea shares enigmatic Instagram post about Andre Onana

Photo of Andre Onana after Man United loss

Manchester United fans are speculating that David de Gea might have taken satisfaction from Andre Onana’s error during their Champions League loss to Galatasaray. It was the Cameroonian goalkeeper’s mistake that led to the penalty, ultimately causing the Red Devils’ unexpected defeat against the Turkish giants on Tuesday night.

In the 77th minute, Onana carelessly surrendered the ball to Dries Mertens, leading to Casemiro fouling the Belgian player inside the penalty box and receiving a red card.

Onana’s recent blunder, a considerable number of Manchester United fans couldn’t resist linking it to their former goalkeeper, De Gea. Shortly after the match, the Spanish goalkeeper, who is currently without a club, posted a cryptic message on his Instagram account.

De Gea shared a photograph of himself smiling with two friends on his Instagram story, accompanied by a GIF caption that read, “Love y’all.”

United supporters began speculating, with one remarking, “That smile suggests he’s aware of what he’s doing.”

Another commented, “He’s playfully taunting Manchester United.”

Yet another pondered, “Why did he choose to share this now, and for what specific purpose?”

One person remarked, “I hope he’s not deriving pleasure from this situation.”

Another added, “He seems to be mocking us.”

A supporter from Old Trafford commented, “That smile suggests he’s fully aware.”

Manchester United’s chances of progressing in Europe’s premier club competition are now in jeopardy following their 3-2 defeat to the Turkish champions. Goals from former Manchester United player Wilfried Zaha, Muhammed Akturkoglu, and Mauro Icardi condemned the team to their sixth defeat in their last ten matches.

The pressure is building on manager Erik ten Hag, although the Dutchman remains unconcerned about his future.

He stated, “Last season was exceptional, exceeding our expectations. However, when we embarked on this project, we knew there would be challenging periods, and at this moment, we find ourselves in a very tough one, as everyone can see.

“But we’re going through this together, fighting together, standing by each other. It’s me, the management, the team, all together, and we will fight through this challenging phase.

“This is not typical of us. We know we can perform better, and through unity, we will overcome.”

Manchester United will be back in action on Saturday when they host Brentford at Old Trafford.


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