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Solskjaer explains Donny van de Beek’s replacement against Young Boys


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer explains why Donny van de Beek was substituted at halftime against Young Boys

Manchester United falls to Young Boys

On Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to the Champions League with Manchester United, an unfortunate Red Devils team conceded a winning goal in the last minute to the Swiss team Young Boys.

It was Ronaldo who opened the scoring in the evening after a delicious pass from Bruno Fernandes in the first half, but the result made the goal obsolete.

A red card in the first half to Aaron Wan Bissaka for a high tackle skewed what had until then been a draw in favor of the Swiss hosts, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer opting to eliminate attacker Jadon Sancho in favor of a full-back replacement. right after. the incident, much to the regret of Manchester United fans.

A second change also took place during the break, with Raphael Varane replacing midfielder Donny Van de Beek, who was watching his first season opener.

Solskjaer explains the halftime change

The trade left Fred with the work of two defensive midfielders, saw the Red Devils switch to a back three, who ultimately failed as they lost the tie with practically the last kick of the game.

When asked about the strange change, Solskjaer revealed:

“As Harry said here too, the signals were there in the last five minutes of the first half that we were going to receive centers in the area.”

“We knew they would get to the big, tall forward and we had to deal with their switches much better.

“I thought Rapha, Victor, and Harry coped well. Of course, the goal deflected for the first, from Luke and changes direction, but other than that, it was the best way to control them.

“But we should have done better with the ball”

If it had worked, Van de Beek couldn’t have had any complaints about being sacrificed by the team. However, with his precarious position on the team, he has every right to feel bad.

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