Cristiano Ronaldo scored again as Man United lost against Young Boys 2-1 in the Uefa Champions League as Aaron Wan Bisakka was sent off, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
A spectacular first half encounter for the Red Devils who had everything under control until a setback with a player being sent off for a tackle.
It took Cristiano Ronaldo 13 minutes to announce his name with a wicked finish after a cross coming from Bruno Fernandes which the Portuguese forward finished off neatly for 0-1 for Man United.
Young Boys continued to push back hoping to get something out of the game which saw dominated by their opponent who had so much firepower going forward.
The encounter progressed with things going bad for the away side as Aaron Wan Bisakka was shown a straight red card after a dangerous tackle which saw them reduced to 10-man.
The first half of the encounter carried on until it ended with Young Boys 0-1 Man United with both teams heading for the break after an amazing and complicated 45 minutes.
Second Half Report
The second half wasn’t that good for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side who struggled all through with them going down by one player in the first 45 minutes.
Man United continued to hold off their opponent who had the advantage over them in terms of players on the pitch that counted so much that the space was clearly showing.
It was looking good until Young Boys leveled things in the 66th minute of the encounter with a sensational goal from Ngamaleu after a nice buildup which saw the scoreline turned 1-1.
It wasn’t looking good as the pressure was all over the Red Devils who did everything possible to keep things the way it was as the encounter carried on into the last few minutes.
When it seems the game will end in a draw, the home side stunned the Devils by scoring a late goal in the 95th minute through Siebatcheu who found the goalkeeper 1 on 1 before converting to make it 2-1.
The match ended with Young Boys 2-1 Man United, with Cristiano Ronaldo unable to get a win for the team as they were one man short against their opponent which they lost.
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