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UCL: Young Boys beat Ronaldo’s Man United 2-1

United lost control of the game moments after Wan-Bissaka got a red card for a bad tackle on Christopher Martins.

• September 14, 2021
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Ronaldo celebrates goal against Young Boys [Photo credit: MARCA]

Swiss side Young Boys defeated Manchester United 2-1  in their first group stage game in this season’s UEFA Champions League.

Cristiano Ronaldo gave United an early lead, scoring in the 13 minutes into the game while United dominated possession in the game.

But United lost control of the game moments after Wan-Bissaka got a red card for a bad tackle on Christopher Martins.

With United reduced to 10-man, Young Boys took control of the game with Cameroon’s Nicolas Ngamaleu netting an equaliser in the 66th minute.

Theoson Siebatcheu latched onto Jesse Lingard’s blind backwards pass to De Gea, netting a winner for Young Boys in the 95th minute.

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