Garnacho’s s***house antics missed by referee moments before penalty miss

Eagle-eyed Manchester United fans spotted some "s***house" tactics from Alejandro Garnacho just moments before Copenhagen's Jordan Larsson missed from the spot.

The Red Devils were in desperate need of their first win in the Champions League this season when they welcomed the Danish giants to Old Trafford. Erik ten Hag's side had been poor, but Harry Maguire had seemingly given them the win with a header.

However, in the final moments of the game, Scott McTominay was deemed to have kicked a Copenhagen player in the face, conceding a penalty. And before Larsson could get to the spot, Garnacho was filmed scuffing up the spot with his boot.

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"Garnacho's winning mentality is higher than the rest of the team after he was scuffing the penalty spot!! We have a beast in our hands," one posted. While a second said: "Garnacho digging for treasure under that penalty spot, what a moment for Onana though!"

"Garnacho scuffing the penalty spot proper top boy see," a third joked. And another added: "Garnacho scuffing up the penalty spot while the VAR check is going on and they’re all whinging at the ref…"

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Andre Onana was the hero of the evening when he batted away the penalty that was sent to his left, and Ten Hag was full of praise. The Dutchman said: "There is a very good spirit in the dressing room, they fight together, they celebrate together and if we have setbacks they support each other.

"I think that spirit is always needed to be a successful team. The win was justified but it was a narrow escape.”

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