Andre Onana shines for Cameroon in victory over Bebe’s team

Manchester United’s goalkeeper Andre Onana showcased his skills with a remarkable penalty save for Cameroon during an international match. Onana’s debut season at Old Trafford has been a mix of highs and lows, but overall, his performance has been satisfactory. The decision to choose Onana over David de Gea was a significant one, as the Cameroonian brings a different set of abilities to the team. Despite rejoining his national team midway through the season, Onana’s commitment to both club and country has not wavered. His recent penalty save against Cape Verde demonstrated his talent and contributed to Cameroon’s 4-1 victory in a World Cup qualifier.

In the same match, former Manchester United player Bebe was also on the field, but it was Onana’s save in the 94th minute that stole the show. Despite some controversy over whether the ball had crossed the line before Onana made the save, the result secured Cameroon’s lead in Group D of African qualifying for the 2026 Fifa World Cup. Manchester United fans may have their doubts, but Onana’s performance speaks for itself.

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