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Andre Onana helps Man Utd reach Premier League record against Everton

Nasir Jabbar

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Andre Onana helps Man Utd reach Premier League record against Everton

Andre Onana helped Manchester United reach a Premier League record following their victory over Everton on Sunday.

Onana kept a clean sheet as the Red Devils ran out 3-0 winners at Goodison Park.

Alejandro Garnacho put Man United ahead in the third minute with a moment of magic as he produced a stunning overhead kick.

Marcus Rashford doubled his side's lead in the 56th minute when he emphatically converted from the spot as Bruno Fernandes gave him the ball.

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Anthony Martial added a third 15 minutes from time to secure the three league points.

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In net, Onana looked solid as he prevented the Toffees from scoring.

He made a string of saves - including a brilliant effort to stop Idrissa Gueye from scoring a long-range goal.

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In doing so, Man United became the first side to keep 500 clean sheets in Premier League history.

Onana is also tied for the most clean sheets (5) in the Premier League this season.

The 27-year-old endured a difficult start to his Man United career as he was at fault for a number of goals.

But since producing an incredible penalty save against Copenhagen last month, he's looked like the Onana of Inter Milan from last season.

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Erik ten Hag was confident of the Cameroonian bouncing back after he predicted a turnaround in form following Man United's defeat to Galatasaray.

"We are happy with our goalkeeping group, definitely with Andre," he said. "He was in one semi-final of the Champions League, last year he was in the final of the Champions League, he has the capabilities to be one of the best goalkeepers in the world.

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"He has shown that and he will do. We already have seen in games his great capabilities, also his personality after he made mistakes. He will bounce back and I am sure he will in the coming games as well."

Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports

Topics: Andre Onana, Manchester United, Football

Nasir Jabbar
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