Cristiano Ronaldo’s 135th UEFA Champions league goal was not enough for Manchester United FC in their surprise defeat away to Swiss side Young Boys FC.
The 36-year old Portuguese icon lashed home his third goal for Manchester United FC with his third shot at goal to keep his remarkable scoring ratio intact.
A well timed ball from Bruno Fernandez left Cristiano Ronaldo with the simplest of task in slotting home his 135th UEFA Champions league goal in his record appearance in the continental showdown.
A 35th minute red card to Aron Wan Bissaka left Manchester United FC playing the remaining 55 minutes with 10 men against the inspired Young Boys FC.
Manager, Olegunar Solsjar sacrificed Jordan Sancho for Dallot to shore up the defensive woes with Rafael Varance replacing Donny Van De Beek for the start of the second half.
Nicholas Brice Ngamaleu pulled parity for the host after 66 minutes to confirm a brief territorial dominance by the gallant Young Boys FC.
At 1-1, Olegunar Solsjar sacrificed Ronaldo and Fernandez for Lingard and Matic respectively with 18 minutes left to play on the clock.
Theoson Jordan Siebatcheu then broke the hearts of the visitors with virtually the last touch of the game to complete the turn around.