Manchester United suffered a miserable night in the Champions League after losing 4-3 away to Copenhagen.
Rasmus Hojlund opened the scoring for United inside the opening three minutes, tapping the ball in from close range following a low-driven pass by Scott McTominay.
Hojlund clinched his second of the game just before the 30-minute mark after latching onto a rebound from an initial shot by Alejandro Garnacho.
United, however, then suffered a setback when Marcus Rashford was shown a red card for a challenge on Elias Jelert. Moments later, Mohamed Elyounoussi clinched a goal back for the home side before Diogo Goncalves dispatched from the penalty spot after referee Donatas Romas adjudged Harry Maguire to have handled the ball inside the box.
In the second half, United were awarded a penalty following a handball from Maguire’s header. After a VAR check, Romas pointed to the spot, with Fernandes cooly dispatching to put his team ahead.
But two goals in the final 10 minutes of normal time from Lukas Lerager and Roony Bardghji put Copenhagen in control, sinking Erik ten Hag and his players.
The result leaves United bottom of Group A with two games left to spare.
They play Galatasaray on November 29, followed by a home clash against Bayern Munich on December 12.
More to follow.
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