Champion’s League, Young Boys vs Manchester United: Underdogs slay the Devils as Young Boys beat 10-men United 2-1

Champion’s League witnessed the triumphant underdog story, when Young Boys pulled off a shocker last night by beating, this season’s one of the favourites, Manchester United.

Cristiano Ronaldo did score one goal from the guest’s side in the first half, but even the icon’s charisma wasn’t enough to save them from the inevitable loss.

Young Boys entered their home ground at Bern, Switzerland, as the Underdog of the match.

Whereas Manchester United were not only the match favourite but also among the season’s favourite.

The Match Summary

The first half was completely in favour of the ‘Red Devils’. Cristiano Ronaldo Scored an early goal in the 13th minute, giving Manchester United a 1-0 lead over the Boys.

Ball possession and passing made it seem as in, Manchester United will win this match in an easy one-sided contest.

Manchester United’s Wan- Bissaka did receive the red card from the ref in the 35th minute, but even after that, the Devils seem quite confident about the game.

With Ronaldo’s goal, Manchester United ended the first half with 10 men and a lead of 1-0 over the home Team.

The miracle actually began in the second half, when the young boys offence actually started putting pressure on the visitors.

Young Boys managed to keep the ball in their possession for most of the time and their passing was really accurate too.

Then M. Ngamaleu striked with 25 minutes left into the game, to level the scores with the Devils. The pressure was now on the Manchester United.

And just when it seemed that the match might end up in a draw, Siebatcheu scored within seconds remaining in the extra time to seal the victory of his team.

The Underdog Story

David Wagner’s boys may have entered the match against the English giants as the Underdogs but they did write the end of the story on their own.

Keeping this loss in mind, Ole Gunnar’s record with Manchester United hasn’t been up to the reputation.

Manchester United lost their seven matches out of 11 in Champion’s League under Gunnar.

Well there’s still time for the Devils to tighten their boots, get over this loss and get their head in for the future.

Young Boys can and should celebrate their well-earned victory, we can give this story whatever name we want to, ‘The Underdog Story’ or ‘ David and Goliath’, but it’s the boys that made it come true with their efforts.

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