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Young Boys humbles Man United, Ronaldo with a shock defeat (SEE LINE-UPS)

Despite scoring the first goal in the 13th by Cristiano Ronaldo, the Young Boys Football Club staged a comeback to silence the Manchester United by 2-1.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka was shown the red card during Manchester United’s Champions League group game against Young Boys
Aaron Wan-Bissaka was sent off for the first time in three years.

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Manchester United conceded a dramatic stoppage-time goal as they lost to Young Boys despite Cristiano Ronaldo scoring on his Champions League return for the Red Devils.

Ronaldo, who became the joint all-time Champions League appearance holder on his 177th appearance in the competition, fired United ahead after an exquisite pass from fellow Portuguese Bruno Fernandes.

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United played for almost an hour with 10 men after Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s dangerous challenge on Christopher Martins earned the defender a straight red card.

They looked set to hang on for a point in an entertaining match after Cameroon winger Moumi Ngamaleu’s equaliser.

But a 95th-minute mistake by substitute Jesse Lingard – who had replaced Ronaldo with 18 minutes left – allowed Jordan Siebatcheu to score the winner.

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The home fans celebrated wildly while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was left to reflect on a performance which saw United muster just two shots, the fewest Opta have on record in any of their 138 Champions League matches since 2003-04.

Having missed out on qualifying for the knockout stages of the competition last season, United now host Villarreal in their next Group F game on 29 September in a repeat of last season’s Europa League fin

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Line-ups

BSC Young Boys XI: M.Pereira, D. von Ballmoos, M. Ngamaleu, U.García, C. Fassnacht, V. Sierro, S. Lauper, S. Hefti, M. Elia, M. Aebischer, M. Camara

Subs: M. Sulejmani, G. Faivre, T. Siebatcheu, N. Bürgy, Kanga, C. Zesiger, M. Spielmann, Q. Maceiras, F. Mambimbi, L. Zbinden, F. Rieder, Alexandre·Jankewitz

Man Utd XI: Ronaldo, De Gea, Lindelof, Pogba, Maguire, Fred, Shaw, Bruno Fernandes, Van de Beek, Sancho, Wan-Bissaka

Subs: Heaton, Mata, Matic, Varane, Martial, Lingard, Bailly, Dalot, Greenwood, Kovar, A. Elanga

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