Wankdorf Stadium in Bern was the place where Man United Young Boys played in the Champions League. We have reviews players.
The UEFA Champions League started a new season with a great game between Man United and Young Boys. Bern was where the Red Devils opened the game that they were overwhelming favorites at. But we know the UEFA Champions League can be extremely unpredictable. This was Cristiano Ronaldo’s night for two reasons: Him broke Iker Casillas’ record for most international matches of all time and he scored the opener. A brilliant assist from Bruno Fernandes gave Cristiano the chance to score his 136th goal in the tournament.
But things got more difficult when Aaron Wan-Bissaka made a terrible mistake. The English defender had a terrible duel against a Young Boys player. He got an instant red card and complicated things for his side. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer quickly decided to take Jadon Sancho off the field to give Diogo Dalot a chance to defend the result. After a tough 45 minutes for both sides, Young Boys were more alive than ever. All they had to do was put pressure on Manchester United to level.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s bad decisions for United.
From the moment Wan-Bissaka was sent off, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s leadership was put to the test. He decided to take Sancho off the field but was also unable to control the Young Boys’ approaches in the second half. There was a moment when there were too many defensive mistakes to ignore and the equalizer had to come. Ngamaleu paused in the box for a moment when David De Gea couldn’t react.
Soon after that goal, Solskjaer decided to take Ronaldo and Bruno off the pitch. This decision was taken as a commitment to the result, as no further goal could be scored. Obviously, one less player completely compromised the Red Devils. Towards the end of the game, David De Gea made an enormous save that nearly brought the Young Boys to victory. Cristiano Ronaldo didn’t seem happy to leave the field, but he accepted the decision. Nobody expected what would happen towards the end of the game. Siebatcheu took control of a lost ball from Jesse Lingard that gave the Young Boys a shocking home win over Manchester United. Cristiano Ronaldo couldn’t believe his eyes. The first big shock just happened in Bern.
Young boys: Balmoos (6), Garcia (6), Hefti (6), Camara (6), Martins (6), Ngamaleu (7), Fassnacht (6), Sierra (6), Lauper (7), Aebischer (7) , Elijah (6).
Bank: Siebatcheu (8), Rieder (6), Sulejmani (6), Zesiger (6), Kanga (6).
Manchester United: De Gea (7), Shaw (6), Lidelof (6), Maguire (6), Wan-Bissaka (2), Fred (6), Pogba (6), Van de Beek (6), Bruno (6) , Sancho (5), Ronaldo (7).
Bank: Dalot (6), Varane (6), Lingard (6), Matic (6), Martial (5).