Rio Ferdinand laments ‘large mistake’ from Jesse Lingard after Manchester United substitute’s under-hit backpass allowed Young Boys to rating late winner via Jordan Siebatcheu
- Rio Ferdinand criticised Jesse Lingard for his mistake late on versus Young Boys
- Lingard squandered possession which enabled Young Boys to rating a winner
- Ferdinand says the sport modified when Aaron Wan-Bissaka was despatched off
United had taken the lead of their opening Champions League group recreation courtesy of Cristiano Ronaldo, however their process was made tougher following Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s pink card within the thirty fifth minute.
Young Boys took benefit of their numerical superiority, with Moumi Ngamaleu equalising.
Rio Ferdinand criticised Jesse Lingard’s ‘large mistake’ after Young Boys scored a late winner
Ferdinand believes the sport modified following the sending off of Aaron Wan-Bissaka
It seemed as if the sport was going to finish in a draw however Lingard, who had entered the fray as an alternative to Ronaldo, gave the ball away with a stray go, which was seized upon by Jordan Siebatcheu, who scored the winner for Young Boys late on to spark jubilant scenes.
Ferdinand likened the outcome to final season when United have been crushed 2-1 away to Istanbul Basaksehir and ultimately have been unable to progress out of their group.
The former United defender burdened that the dismissal of Wan-Bissaka altered the course of the sport considerably.
Lingard gave the ball away and Jordan Siebatcheu capitalised to rating the winner for Young Boys
Speaking on BT Sport, Ferdinand mentioned: ‘This is Basaksehir another time. It’s an enormous mistake from Jesse. Wherever you go in Europe you’ve got bought to be in your recreation. It was a nasty deal with from Wan-Bissaka and the sport turned on its head completely.’
Ex-United midfielder Paul Scholes believes that supervisor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ought to have made substitutions at an earlier stage.
United captain Harry Maguire refused to criticise Lingard following the sport in Switzerland
Scholes mentioned: ‘It’s not an entire catastrophe. Jesse might be disillusioned. It all stems from the sending off. United have been fairly snug up to that time. They actually could not get out of their half within the second half. I believe they wanted to carry a little bit of tempo on earlier, with Martial or Greenwood.’
United captain Harry Maguire refused to criticise Lingard after the sport and mentioned his team-mates will help him.
Maguire mentioned: ‘That’s soccer. People make errors – we’re not blaming Jesse. I’m certain everybody on that pitch right now has made a mistake. I’m certain Jesse will decide himself up.’