Champions League: Bern defeated Manchester United in stoppage time – Ronaldo new record player

Salzburg misses two penalties

Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo also scored in the second game after his spectacular return to Manchester United, but did not prevent a surprising defeat against Young Boys Bern. The Portuguese scored the first goal of the new Champions League season (13th) in a 1: 2 (1: 0) against the Swiss champions trained by David Wagner. Nicolas Moumi Ngamaleu (66th) and Jordan Siebatcheu (90th + 5) turned the game around.

Twelve years and 110 days after his last Champions League appearance for United, Ronaldo got off to a tailor-made start in Wankdorf when he used a dream pass from his compatriot Bruno Fernandes to take the lead from close range. After the red card against Manchester’s Aaron Wan-Bissaka (35th), the game tipped over. Particularly bitter: Jesse Lingard, who was substituted for Ronaldo, initiated the goal to make it 1: 2 in stoppage time with a blatant bad pass.

Little consolation for Ronaldo: With his 177th appearance in the premier class, the 36-year-old set the record for Iker Casillas. With 135 goals now, Ronaldo, who left the field in the 72nd minute, also expanded his position as the competition’s record goal scorer ahead of Lionel Messi (120). Returning Ronaldo had already scored twice in the Premier League duel against Newcastle United (4-1) at the weekend.

Ronaldo catches up with Casillas: the record players in the Champions League

Cristiano Ronaldo | 177 games

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Manchester United, Real Madrid, Juventus Turin

Iker Casillas | 177 games

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Real Madrid, FC Porto

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FC Barcelona

Lionel Messi | 149 games

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FC Barcelona

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Manchester United

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Real Madrid, FC Schalke

Paolo Maldini | 135 Spiele

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AC Milan

Andrés Iniesta | 130 Spiele

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FC Barcelona

Karim Benzema | 130 games

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Olympique Lyon, Real Madrid

Sergio Ramos | 129 Spiele

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Real Madrid

Red Bull Salzburg misses two penalties at Sevilla FC

Young international Karim Adeyemi experienced a curious game with RB Salzburg in a 1-1 (1-1) win against FC Sevilla. The 19-year-old took three penalties for the guests before the break – but he himself forgave (13th) as well as Luka Sucic (37th). Sucic converted at least the second penalty (21st). Never before had a player been awarded three penalties in a Champions League half.

Ivan Rakitic (42nd) equalized before the break – also with a penalty. Four penalties in the first half set another record. Seville’s Youssef En-Nesyri saw yellow-red after the break (50th).

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