The Red Devils despite having a very formidable squad saw a disappointing loss against Swiss side Young Boys
Man United although had landed the first major blow of the game with Cristiano Ronaldo extending his UEFA Champions League goals with a superb tap in finish that found its way under the keeper’s legs.
Sadly for the Red Devils, a tackle from Aaron Wan-Bissaka saw him shown the red card and United afterwards reduced to 10-men.
But a team as strong as United isn’t expected to slump against Young Boys who are currently placed 4th on their league table.
Into the second half, the home team lashed in a fine equalizer to put United back on level ground.
A surprising mistake from Ole Solskjaer was taking off Cristiano Ronaldo while United were still in search of a goal to restore their lead. Although handing Jesse Lingard a chance isn’t a bad idea but taking off Ronaldo in such a time is clearly a very bad move.
United struggled to maintain the balance and sadly for Lingard he offered a back pass that led to another goal by Young Boys who finished the night in victory on Tuesday.
The bad decision from Ole isn’t the first time as this clearly tells only bad of his reign as United manager coupled with the fact that he is yet to win any trophy for the club.
According to internal sources, it’s believed the club is already in search of a better alternative for the Norwegian.
United’s current form even while still with Ronaldo is more reason the club needs change in their managerial role.
Letting Ole leave could be the best way to deal with their issues, just like Chelsea let Lampard go despite how hard it was. Tuchel arriving has absolutely introduced a new era where teams officially disclose their fear of facing Chelsea.
United taking this step could provide them better results. Sources already link former Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte to the job while some suggest Zinedine Zidane had done good in the past managing Ronaldo.
Be it as it may, Ole Solskjaer only knows his days at the club are already numbered by the ranks who only want success for the club.