Arnaut Danjuma immediately scored on his debut in the Champions League on Tuesday.

The two-time Orange-international helped Villarreal to a 2-2 draw against Atalanta.

Young Boys stunted by a goal in the 95th minute against ten men from Manchester United: 2-1.

Atalanta took the lead in the sixth minute with a goal from Remo Freuler.

Manu Trigueros signed for the 1-1 five minutes before half-time.

Danjuma came on to Villarreal after an hour and the 24-year-old attacker, who came over from Bournemouth this summer for 23.5 million euros, needed less than 15 minutes for his first Champions League goal.

The Dutchman hit from about 11 meters: 2-1.

Danjuma's goal was not enough for the victory, as Robin Gosens made it 2-2 for Atalanta.

Marten de Roon was in the starting line-up for the Italian team and was replaced twenty minutes before time for Teun Koopmeiners.

Robin Gosens (seated) gave Atalanta a point.

Robin Gosens (seated) gave Atalanta a point.

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Ronaldo scores again for United

Manchester United got off to a great start visiting Young Boys, as Ronaldo scored the first goal of this Champions League season in the thirteenth minute.

The assist from Bruno Fernandes with the outside on the right was very nice.

The 36-year-old Ronaldo already signed for two hits against Newcastle United (4-1 win) on Saturday with his return for 'The Red Devils'.

In the 35th minute, the game in Bern turned in favor of Young Boys.

United back Aaron Wan-Bissaka was studded on Christopher Martins Pereira's ankle and was shown a red card.

Donny van de Beek, who was in the starting line-up at United for the first time this season, was indirectly a victim of that red card, as he had to make way for defender Raphaël Varane at half time.

Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had already substituted attacker Jadon Sancho for right back Diogo Dalot.

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Ronaldo also substituted

United barely got around to attacking in the second half.

Young Boys, which was eliminated by Ajax in the eighth finals of the Europa League last season, saw a chance at a stunt and equalized in the 66th minute via a goal from Cameroonian Moumi Ngamaleu, who caught a cross from Silvan Hefti at the near post. tapped in.

Ronaldo left for Jesse Lingard just after the 1-1, while Solskjaer also brought in an extra defensive midfielder with Nemanja Matic for Bruno Fernandes.

The English top club played for a point and seemed to succeed in that setup for a long time, until Lingard made a big mistake in the 95th minute.

The attacker returned the ball too short to keeper David de Gea and Young Boys substitute Theoson Siebatcheu gratefully took advantage: 2-1.

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