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Not for the first time, Marouane Fellaini came to the rescue for Manchester United, with the Belgian beanpole securing a dramatic 1-0 win over Young Boys.

The Red Devils dominated the game, with Marcus Rashford and Fellaini, among others, going close to opening the scoring for the Premier League side.

Indeed, Jose Mourinho was particularly unimpressed with one Rashford miss, something which didn’t impress BT Sport pundit Gary Lineker.

However, it would take until injury time for the deadlock to finally be broken, with Fellaini turning his defender and firing into the bottom corner from a Luke Shaw pass.

The goal understandably sent the Old Trafford faithful wild, with manager Jose Mourinho throwing a crate of water bottles in the air in celebration in typically humble and understated fashion.

The win sees United book their place in the knockout stages of the Champions League alongside Group H leaders Juventus.

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However, the manner of the win once again highlights the problems which continue to plague a side full of talent who really should be able to blow away the likes of Young Boys on home soil.