- Paul Scholes has stated that Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer risks losing his job at the end of the season if he goes trophyless
- The Norwegian boss' substitution against Young Boys was criticized by Scholes who believed he should have done better
- The Red Devils suffered their first loss of the season despite going in front against the Switzerland based side in the Champions League
The Red Devils were humbled by Young Boys in the Champions League despite going ahead through an early goal from Cristiano Ronaldo.
The complexion of the match changed when Aaron Wan-Bissak was shown a red card after delivering a dangerous tackle.
Jadon Sancho was quickly substituted for Diogo Dalot and while Donny van de Beek went off for Raphael Varane at half-time.
Solskjaer also substituted Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes for Jesse Lingard and Nemanja Matic which later backfired after conceding the equalizer.
Things went from bad to worse as United conceded a late goal to suffer their first loss of the season in all competitions.
What Scholes said
Scholes was not happy with Man United's inability to absorb pressure and tore into pieces Solskjaer's substitutions.
"It’s Basaksheir all over again. We were here last season and rueing mistakes.
"That’s a big mistake at the end of the game from Jesse who done really well at the weekend. Just goes to show wherever you go in Europe it's tough.
"Ole has now built a squad that is capable of winning the big prizes and that’s what he has been brought to do.
"The only difference is the quality of the managers, Man City, Chelsea, Liverpool have proven winners.
"You’ve got Ole who has done a fantastic job building this squad, now is the time with that squad of players. He has to win something."
Ronaldo barking out instructions from the bench
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo assumed a coaching role on Tuesday, September 14, during Man United's Champions League meeting with Young Boys shortly after he was subbed off.
Ronaldo formed part of United's starting line-up as they kicked off their UCL campaign with a trip to Switzerland.
The 36-year-old used the opportunity to continue his excellent start to life back at Old Trafford, scoring the opener in the 13th minute after he was set up by Bruno Fernandes.