YOUNG BOYS OUTSHINE CRISTIANO’S MANCHESTER UNITED
Things quickly turned to the worst after the full-back Wan-Bissaka was shown a straight red card for a dangerous challenge on young boys midfielder Christopher Martin Pereira.
Being the joint all-time Champions League appearance holder, Cristiano Ronaldo made his 177th appearance in the competition firing Manchester United ahead after an elegant pass from fellow Portuguese International Bruno Fernandes.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka sent off after making a dangerous Tackle on Young boys midfielder. Photo/courtesy
However things quickly turned to the worst after the full-back Wan-Bissaka was shown a straight red card for a dangerous challenge on young boys midfielder Christopher Martin Pereira.
The home side bounced back, after finding an equaliser Midway through the second half, when Cameroonian winger Nicholas Maomi Nyamale tapped in a deflected pass roaring on the home fans.
Manchester United website to hang on for a point in an entertaining match but a 95th mistake by Jesse Lingard making an awful back pass allowed substitute Jordan Siebutchea to get all three points for the underdogs.
Frustrated by the turn of events Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had these to say;
“We didn't play as well as we can do. We started alright and they scored from their only shot on target but it was disappointing to concede a goal on a set play. We pushed and pressed and got the goal. But after we scored we couldn't control the game and dominate the way which we wanted”.