Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag blamed himself for his team’s latest loss in the Champions League lead after they were held to a 3-3 draw with Galatasaray on Wednesday.
The Premier League side wasted a two-goal lead twice in Istanbul with Andre Onana making two costly mistakes, leaving their chances of reaching the last 16 hanging by a thread.
United are bottom in Group A with four points after five games, yet they are only one point behind Copenhagen and Galatasaray.
The Red Devils will need to beat Bayern Munich if they are to have any chance of making it to the next round of the competition.
United let a two-goal lead slip in an earlier group encounter in Copenhagen before losing 4-3, and Ten Hag blamed his team’s failure to finish games.
“It’s always me (who is to blame for throwing away leads). I am responsible for this, but also know we are in a project,” the Dutchman told TNT Sports.
“We are in the right direction, so I know where we have to go and which steps we have to take and I’m sure we will be successful in the long term.
“If we want to stay in the Champions League, we have to win the next game.”
United travel to Newcastle United in the Premier League on Saturday.