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Manchester United 1-1 Young Boys – Goals and highlights – Champions League 21/22

Manchester United play their final game of the Champions League group stage against Young Boys, in a meeting between top and bottom respectively in Group F. The Red Devils have already wrapped up first place while the Swiss side need a win to have any chance of progressing to either the latter stages of the Champions League or Europa League. Stay with us for all the build-up to Manchester United vs Young Boys and then updates from the match itself.

Manchester United vs Young Boys FULL TIME: 1-1

This is the very beginning of our Champions League live blog for Manchester United vs Young Boys. As always on our live blogs, the entries highest up are the most recent.


United and Young Boys share the points, which leaves both sides where they started the night – the Red Devils take top spot while the Swiss finish bottom.

Minute 83: Sierro goes close!

Young Boys are applying some pressure and substitute Sierro goes close with a long range strike. Heaton is grateful to see it go over.

Minute 72: Mengi makes a good block

Mengi slips, allowing Wilfried Kanga in on goal. But the young defender gets up quickly to make a crucial block.

Minute 58: Elanga spurns a good chance

United break quickly in a four-on-two situation. Lingard plays Elanga in on goal but his tame shot is saved by the goalkeeper.


Two excellent goals see the two sides go into the break on level terms. Greenwood gave United the lead early on before Rieder’s screamer levelled things up.

Minute 42: Rieder scores a screamer!

Out of nowhere, Young Boys are level. Rieder tries his luck from distance and finds the net with a beautiful curling strike.

Minute 25: Mata blazes over

United get a freekick in a good position, 25 yards from goal. Mata steps up but it goes well over the bar.

Minute 9: Greenwood scores!

Shaw puts a cross in from the left flank and Greenwood fantastically converts with a flying volley.


We’re underway at Old Trafford.

18:45 GMT: Manchester United’s confirmed starting XI

With first place sealed, Ralf Rangnick is taking this game as an opportunity to field some of his younger players, like Anthony Elanga and Amad Diallo.

Manchester United’s starting XI: Henderson, Wan-Bissaka, Bailly, Matic, Shaw, Amad, Mata, Van de Beek, Elanga, Lingard, Greenwood.

18:42 GMT: Young Boys’ confirmed starting XI

Young Boys’ starting XI: Faivre; Maceiras, Camara, Lustenberger, Lefort; Martins, Aebischer; Elia, Rieder, Ngamaleu; Siebatcheu.

When and where to watch Manchester United vs Young Boys

The match between Manchester United and Young Boys in the Champions League kicks off at 20:00 GMT, the local time in England. That makes it a 21:00 CET kick-off, or 15:00 ET / 12:00 PT for those in the United States. Manchester United vs Young Boys:

Viewers in the United Kingdom can watch Manchester United vs Young Boys on BT Sport 2, whereas US-based football fans can find the game on Paramount+, TUDN App, SiriusXM FC,, Univision NOW, TUDN USA, Univision and TUDNxtra.

Predicted line-ups: Manchester United vs Young Boys

Manchester United’s predicted line-up (4-2-2-2): Dean Henderson; Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Eric Bailly, Victor Lindelof, Alex Telles; Fred, Donny van de Beek; Jesse Lingard, Anthony Elanga; Mason Greenwood, Anthony Martial.

Young Boys’ predicted line-up (4-3-3): Guillaume Faivre; Silvan Hefti, Nicolas Burgy, Sandro Lauper, Jordan Lefort; Michel Aebischer, Christopher Pereira Martins, Fabian Rieder; Meschack Elia, Jordan Siebatcheu, Nicholas Moumi Ngamaleu.


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