Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has refused to let Andre Onana take sole responsibility for his side's loss at Bayern Munich, saying the team should be held accountable for the results.
Onana’s early howler gave Bayern a crucial lead that they quickly doubled after United had started on the front foot.
But United rallied back in the second half to set up a tense finish as Bayern ran out 4-3 winners in Germany.
After the match, Onana took responsibility for the goalkeeping error, conceding that he "let the team down" in their first Champions League Group A game.
But Ten Hag ignored the apology and error from the Cameroon international and insisted the focus should be on the team and not individuals.
"It's good he's doing that but it's about the team," said Ten Hag when told of Onana's comments.
"Mistakes are being made but you have to bounce back as a team.
"If one player makes a mistake, it's done, it's gone.
"We have to believe as a team that we can always bounce back.
"Stay in the game and don't allow the opponent to score a goal.
"It's not about one mistake. It was too easy for the player to have the shot."
United next travel to Burnley for a Premier League game on Saturday evening and are hoping to bounce back after a wretched run of four straight defeats in five games.