Manchester United even went two goals ahead in the first half, but saw Copenhagen of Denmark come back and win the match, 4-3, at Parken Stadium, in the fourth round of the UEFA Champions League group stage. Champions. The result caused the English team to lose a place in Group A and finish the round in last place, with three points.
Copenhagen, in turn, reaches second place, with the same four points as Galatasaray, from Turkey, but with an advantage on goal difference. Isolated in the lead, German Bayern Munich, with 100% success in the four matches.
The match even started with United very intense, taking a two-goal lead in the first half – Rasmus Højlund scoring twice. However, the expulsion of Marcus Rashford, still in the first half, was decisive for the turnaround. The Danish team pulled out all the stops and the first half ended in a 3-3 draw.
In the last stage, Bruno Fernandes, from the penalty spot, gave the Red Devils the lead again. However, weakened and with one player less, the English team suffered a comeback in the final minutes, 4-3.
Now, in addition to being in last place in Group A, Manchester United still faces Bayern Munich and Galatasaray in the remaining two matches.
– FC Copenhagen (@FCKobenhavn) November 8, 2023
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