Man Utd vs FC Copenhagen LIVE: Champions League result as Andre Onana saves penalty to rescue win

Harry Maguire headed a second-half goal and goalkeeper Andre Onana saved a penalty deep in stoppage time to power Manchester United to a 1-0 victory over FC Copenhagen for their first victory in the Champions League this season.

Back in the competition after a one-year absence, Erik ten Hag’s side moved into third place in Group A after collecting a precious three points after three games. Bayern Munich top the group with nine points after beating Galatasary 3-1 earlier.

The victory looked in doubt when Copenhagen’s Jordan Larsson stepped up to the spot after Scott McTominay attempted a clearance and caught Elias Achouri in the head with a high boot in the 94th minute. But Onana dived to his left to push the shot away before being mobbed by team mates at the final whistle.

Maguire, who has been the target of fan abuse in recent months, had the Old Trafford faithful on their feet when he broke the deadlock in the 72nd minute, Christian Eriksen’s long ball into the area finding the defender at the far post.

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Sevilla vs Arsenal LIVE: Champions League result and reaction after brilliant Jesus and Martinelli goals

Martinelli raced 50 yards to score the opener in the final seconds of first-half stoppage-time, and on 53 minutes Jesus netted for the third straight Champions League game in spectacular style to put us in command.

Nemanja Gudelj headed Sevilla back into the game soon after, but we held firm to get the victory.


Vinicius returns to Real Madrid squad for the match against Atletico Madrid

Vinicius has trained with the team, he’s in a good condition and his injury is forgotten,” Ancelotti revealed.

“He’ll be in the squad and tomorrow I’ll decide what role he will play.

“There is zero risk. He trained yesterday because there was zero risk. He trained today because there is zero risk.

“If we think there is one percent risk tomorrow, he won’t play.”

Ancelotti spoke about Atletico’s form

The Real Madrid coach also addressed the form of Diego Simeone‘s team, who have been beaten by Valencia and then conceded a late equalizer against Lazio in the Champions League.

“I think the derby is always a great opportunity, whether you’re in a good moment or a bad one,” he insisted.

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Transfer: De Bruyne in shock move to join Ronaldo at Al Nassr

Manchester City playmaker, Kevin De Bruyne could be set for a shock move to Al Nassr, where he could team up with Cristiano Ronaldo.

According to Rudy Galetti, the Saudi Arabian club have put the wheels in motion for a potential bid to sign De Bruyne from the Premier League champions.

Their plan is to explain their long-term strategy to convince De Bruyne to join.

De Bruyne is currently contracted to City until 2025.

He remains a key part of Pep Guardiola’s team, although he has featured just once in the Premier League this season, having suffered a muscle injury he sustained in the early stages of their first game against Burnley.