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Sergio Romero Suffers Complete Shocker For Man United After Getting Caught Out And Chipped

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Sergio Romero Suffers Complete Shocker For Man United After Getting Caught Out And Chipped

Sergio Romero was caught in no man's land as Emmanuel Dennis beautifully chipped him to hand Club Brugge a shock opener against Manchester United.

The Red Devils thought they should have been awarded a corner early in the first half, only for a quick-thinking Simon Mignolet to take a goal kick.

The ball was hoofed over the top and Dennis latched on to the ball as United centre-backs scrambled to close him down.

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Romero came charging out of his box and was left helpless as the 22-year-old Club Brugge striker, who was put under pressure, kept his cool and pulled off a sublime chip.

VAR checked to see if the ball was rolling before Mignolet took the goal kick, but the Dennis opener for Club Brugge wasn't overturned.

While United's defence suffered a complete shocker, fans are baffled at Romero's decision to come rushing out of his area.

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United managed to find an equaliser after Anthony Martial pounced on a loose ball and coolly finished past Mignolet.

The score is currently 1-1 before half-time.

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Update: Club Brugge held Manchester United to a 1-1 draw at the Jan Breydel. The second leg of the Europa League clash will be played at Old Trafford on 27th February.


Featured Image Credit: BT Sport

Topics: Europa League, Manchester United, Club Brugge, Sergio Romero, UEFA, red devils

Adnan Riaz
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