10-man Manchester United gets ruined by Copenhagen comeback after Rashford’s red card.

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Latest Sports News (Townflex) – After seven goals, two pivotal VAR decisions, two penalties and a red card, 10-man Manchester United finished on some unacceptable finish of a shattering 4-3 defeat on an evening of harum-scarum entertainment.

It leaves Erik ten Hag’s band of failing men in the lower part of Group A and having, once more, to reset and go again this season. With two matches left of the phase they have three focuses, one behind Galatasaray and Copenhagen, who merited triumph here regardless of whether it turned on a questionable Marcus Rashford shipping off.


United were in charge and 2-0 ahead when the forward was excused, precipitating a collapse that had Denmark’s champions level by the break. Rashford’s was the principal VAR adjudication via the touchline television.

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 The second came after Harry Maguire’s header was handled by Lukas Lerager and Donatas Rumsas, the official, awarded a subsequent spot-kick.

With 69 minutes gone Bruno Fernandes scored this however Copenhagen showed character as Lerager crushed in an equalizer, then, at that point, Roony Bardghji crashed in the victor to break United hearts.

All this was after Ten Hag’s side scored on 171 seconds to shush Jacob Neestrup, the Copenhagen coach who guaranteed Parken would be a wall of commotion.

 It was – via a ramped-up atmosphere that featured the Imperial March from Star Wars, a drawn out banner which declared “Welcome To Your Theater Of Nightmares”, and billboard-sized images that showed a dozing red demon and different images referring to Copenhagen’s 2006 1-0 success here, also in a group meeting.

Copenhagen’s home record in the stage was a pleased two misfortunes from 16 trips so Neestrop’s bullish stance that their backyard would be a “cauldron” was understandable.

However inside three minutes United had their traveling support bouncing and the Danes were upset because of their best move this season. As Copenhagen squeezed, Diogo Dalot flooded along the left and pinged the ball to Fernandes. 

His crossfield spiral was killed with aplomb by Rashford who caressed it down the right. There, Aaron Wan-Bissaka crossed to Scott McTominay whose relay was stabbed in by Rasmus Højlund.


In this way, the aptest of ripostes to Neestrup. Not so great, however, was the pitch invader who entered holding a Palestine flag and took an age to be accosted by security faculty. 

Minutes later Jonny Evans had to withdraw with a physical issue and, at the same time, a stricken individual caused a medical crisis and was carried away under a white cover for privacy – the PA announcer stating, later, that they were “well taking into account the circumstances”.

Ten Hag again picked Maguire and Evans at focus back, recommending the 30-and 35-year-old are best option ahead of Victor Lindelöf and Raphaël Varane, who came on for the Northern Irishman.

This was Evans’ most memorable Champions League start since a Sir Alex Ferguson United XI attracted 1-1 with Real Madrid 2013 and his removal is further injury misfortune for Ten Hag. “I don’t know [how serious] it is,” said the Dutchman.

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