A disappointment for everything and everyone around Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team, which has just started so well in the Premier League. United are the leader on goal difference with ten points from four matches.
Against Young Boys, Solskjaer had actually made a base for Donny van de Beek. The Dutchman played Bruno Fernandes and Jadon Sancho in the back of striker Ronaldo, but did not play a prominent role. Ronaldo did. The Portuguese didn’t even need fifteen minutes to open the score at the request of Fernandes.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka then made sure that United handed over the game. The right back pushed hard on his opponent and was shown a red card ten minutes before the end. United survived until halftime, but capitulated midway through the second half.
A cross from Silvan Hefti was slightly changed by Luke Shaw and tapped in by Nicolas Moumi Ngamaleu. Van de Beek did not experience that anymore, he was replaced by Raphaël Varane at halftime by Solskjaer. Ronaldo also did not complete the ninety minutes, he was substituted twenty for the time.
The match seemed to be heading for 1-1, but deep into injury time, substitute Jesse Lingard gave Young Boys the victory. His too short pass on goalkeeper David de Gea was picked up by Jordan Siebatcheu and shot in.
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