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Cristiano Ronaldo scores again but substitute Jesse Lingard’s mistake and Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s red card see Manchester United lose to Young Boys


Cristiano Ronaldo’s honeymoon at Manchester United is over as the Red Devils suffered a shock 2-1 defeat to Young Boys in the Champions League.

The Portuguese made a shock start in Switzerland, however, as he opened the scoring after snagging a delicious Bruno Fernandes cross from the left.

Ronaldo has three goals in two appearances for Man United this season
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Cristiano Ronaldo scores again but substitute Jesse Lingard’s mistake and Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s red card see Manchester United lose to Young Boys
But it didn’t end well for him and Man United

The course of the match changed ten minutes before the break when Aaron Wan-Bissaka received a red card for a late challenge on Christopher Martins.

Man United went into their shell after that and the home side, led by ex-Huddersfield boss David Wagner, created good opportunities for the rest of the game.

They equalized in the 66th minute when Moumi Ngamaleu made a low cross from the right in front of David de Gea.

It seemed like honors even at the end, but a dreaded backpass from Jesse Lingard, who replaced Ronaldo at the end of the second half, went straight to Theoson Siebatchu, who scored the winner in the last minute of time. stop.

Cristiano Ronaldo scores again but substitute Jesse Lingard’s mistake and Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s red card see Manchester United lose to Young Boys
Danny Mills Wan-Bissaka’s red card is “tough”
Cristiano Ronaldo scores again but substitute Jesse Lingard’s mistake and Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s red card see Manchester United lose to Young Boys
The Young Boys were much better placed in the second half
Cristiano Ronaldo scores again but substitute Jesse Lingard’s mistake and Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s red card see Manchester United lose to Young Boys
And the ten men couldn’t hold a point
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