In a thrilling Champions League encounter on Wednesday night at the iconic Allianz Arena, Manchester United found themselves on the wrong end of a 4-3 scoreline against Bayern Munich in their first UEFA Champions League match of the new season. For manager Erik ten Hag and the Red Devils faithful, it was a disappointing result.
Since the start, the game promised excitement, with both teams displaying attacking intent. The match showcased the beauty of European football, with end-to-end action and some amazing goals that kept fans cheering and entertained.
Manchester United’s goal came courtesy of an exciting new player named Rasmus Hojlund, who netted his first goal for the club. The young Danish international showed composure before finishing into the back or the net, however it was too late as Bayern did score their 3rd with Harry Kane’s emphatic penalty. United score at the end where the score became 3-2. However, Bayern weren’t giving up and they scored their fourth to nearly confirm their victory in this game.