Manchester United were stunned by Young Boys in their Champions League opener, losing 2-1 in blockage
time after playing majority of the game with 10 players. United had been expected to win versus the Swiss champions and things started well when Cristiano Ronaldo scored his very first European goal for the club considering that May 2009. That took the Portuguese icon’s goal tally to 3 in two video games because his astonishing return last month.
But Young Boys, even when the groups were even, were eager to reveal they weren’t simply there to make up the numbers and asked probing questions of the visitors.
Things then got even more complicated for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side when Aaron Wan-Bissaka was sent off in the very first half, misjudging a 50/50 tackle. The man benefit raised Young Boys’spirits and they completed the first half the more powerful and began the 2nd in the exact same way.