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Young Boys v Manchester United match summary, 14/09/2021, Champions League

Young Boys – Manchester United 2-1, first failed for United and Cr7

Manchester United began their Champions League campaign against Young Boys Bern and Ronaldo shone.

Manchester United kicked off their Champions League campaign against Young Boys Bern on Tuesday night in Switzerland.

And Cristiano Ronaldo, already author of a double against Newcastle for his debut in the league since his return, has spoken again.

The meeting thus started very well for Manchester United, which quickly concretized its domination by the means of Cr7. The latter took advantage of a nice service from Bruno Fernandes to score with a flat right foot well assured and thus open the scoring (13th).

But the Mancunian euphoria quickly ended with the expulsion of a player quite early in the game. In the 35th minute, Wan-Bissaka was evacuated, sanctioned directly for a dangerous sole on Martins Pereira’s ankle.

The Young Boys then became urgent. Fassnacht inherited a ball from outside the area on the right and offered himself a cross half volley in first intention with the right foot.

Unted was nevertheless able to hold on and still led 1-0 at rest. The Youngs Boys would nevertheless push in the second act. However, the Swiss club still did not manage to be effective in their offensives, until shortly after the hour mark.

Elia accelerated and crossed hard in front of the goal. His cross saw Ngamaleu pass in front of Varane to resume point blank and victoriously from the inside of his right foot.

The Young Boys pushed and continued to threaten the opposing cages. At the end of the meeting, de Gea was to intervene in front of Lauper. But the Young Boys would end up winning at the very end of the match thanks to Siébatcheu. 2-1, final score. Manchester United is experiencing a first failure in C1.

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