It was all going well for Manchester United in their Group F opener against Young Boys FC of Switzerland, with superstar Cristiano Ronaldo scoring the opener in the 13th minute.
However, things went from great to bad on the 35th minute when Aaron Wan-Bissaka decided to stamp on Martins.
It was game on then, as the one man deficit allowed the Swiss underdogs back into the game.
Ngamaleu drew his side level after nice work from Hefti.
To help United going forward, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took Ronaldo off, bringing in Lingard who scored a goal against Newcastle over the weekend, but his decision would later prove costly as the English man passed the ball straight to Boys’ substitute, Siebatcheu while attempting a back pass to De’Gea right at the death. The American made no mistake.
The Young Boys’ bench erupted to celebrate the major upset.
In the other Group F game, Sevilla drew 1 all at home to RB Salzburg. United now sit bottom of the Group, with minnows, Young Boys top.
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