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Man Utd shots record at Young Boys worst in SEVENTEEN years

Manchester United's dismal performance in defeat at Champions League opponents Young Boys has been laid bare.

United managed just TWO shots in their shocking 2-1 defeat against Young Boys.

That is their lowest tally in a Champions League match for 138 matches - or SEVENTEEN years.

The last time they were so shy in front of goal was way back in the 2003-04 season, Cristiano Ronaldo's first with the Red Devils.

Ronaldo, unsurprisingly, was responsible for both of the efforts.

And the Portuguese superstar did score with one of them to give United the lead.

Ronaldo tucked home first time with 13 minutes on the clock in Switzerland.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side have now lost seven of his 11 Champions League games in charge as the pressure mounts.


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