FANS ridiculed Andre Onana after blaming the Manchester United keeper for Senegal’s opener in their 3-1 AFCON win.
Little has gone right for the under-fire Old Trafford No1 recently – despite his extraordinary efforts to go the extra mile for club and country.
Onana, 27, dashed to the airport after playing in United’s 2-2 home draw with Tottenham last Sunday.
But bad weather held up his private jet, so he missed Cameroon’s Africa Cup of Nations opener on Monday, a 1-1 stalemate with Guinea.
And it got worse for United’s summer signing on Friday night.
After just 16 minutes against Senegal, he could only jab the ball away – enabling Sarr to turn and rifle home through a crowded penalty box.
Onana’s view of the shot might well have been partly obstructed but one fan responded: “Complete definition of addiction to conceding goals.”
Another said: “Onana has just let a goal in…some things never change.”Â
Some fans questioned why the stopper’s feet appeared stuck when Sarr turned to shoot – once calling him a “mannequin”.
Similar observations included: “Does Onana dive for anything?” and “Not like Onana not to moveâ€¦.”
And with the Red Devils seventh in the Premier League, having let in 29 goals in 21 games, many United fans doubt the value of his Â£47million summer arrival.
One claimed: “I had enough of Onana in the last 10 games, truth be told we made a mistake of a signing.”
But the former Inter Milan hero also has his supporters, with one saying: “It’s not his fault – it’s the defenders.”
With Cameroon now having just one point from two AFCON group games, one fan joked: “Onana will catch a quick flight back to England.”
Habib Diallo doubled Senegal’s lead following Marseille winger Sarr’s pinpoint cross on 71 minutes.
Jean-Charles Castelletto headed Cameroon back into it and they missed two glaring chances to equalise.
But Idrissa Gueye surged clear to set up ex-Liverpool striker Sadio Mane for a Senegal clincher deep in stoppage time.