Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is still able to show his sharpness at Manchester United after he listed his name on the scoreboard when facing Young Boys in the 2021/22 Champions League event.
Unfortunately, Ronaldo’s goal didn’t mean anything. Because, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team surprisingly had to lose by a score of 1-2 against the club from the city of Bern.
Man United, who only played with ten men since the second half, seems to be the reason why it is difficult to maintain their lead. Moreover, the second goal of David Wagner’s squad looked painful because Jesse Lingard made a fatal blunder.
At that time, Lingard made a mistake in anticipating his pass which was actually captured by Young Boys player, Theoson Siebatcheu, thus making it easy for him to trick David De Gea.
Despite starting the opening match badly, Ronaldo, who admitted that he was disappointed, still asked MU to forget it immediately and return to focus on the Premier League, considering that he will meet West Ham United on Sunday (19/9).
“This is not the result we wanted (losing to Young Boys), but now it’s time to get back up and focus on the next game,” Ronaldo said from his official Instagram account quoted from Mirror Football.
This defeat also seems to be a lesson for Solskjaer to try to improve the defense sector which still looks porous and also often makes dangerous fouls like Aaron Wan-Bissaka until the referee has to be sent off.