BERN, Switzerland -- Three points on Manchester United's 3-0 win vs. Young Boys in Group H of the UEFA Champions League.
1. Manchester United survive tricky test
The records will show that Manchester United won a game they were expected to win in the Stade de Suisse, but manager Jose Mourinho has every right to feel more satisfaction.
His team overcame a hard, artificial turf pitch and 32,000 Young Boys fans determined to create a din on their first Champions League night since the competition...
Paul Pogba scored two first-half goals as Manchester United spoiled Young Boys' first appearance in the group stage of the Champions League by cruising to a comfortable 3-0 victory at the Stade de Suisse on Wednesday.
Anthony Martial also scored for United, the three-time winners who were knocked out of the competition last season in the round of 16.
Young Boys, the Swiss Super League champions, spent much of the first 20 minutes in attack, with Mohamed Ali Camara letting go of a shot from 30 yards...
Veteran Manchester United fans will remember the feeling of winning a title after a long drought. When Sir Alex Ferguson's men secured the Premier League trophy in 1993, it had been 26 years since the club's previous success in 1967.
But United's opponents in the Champions League on Wednesday, Swiss side Young Boys, can top that. Their fans waited 32 years before claiming their first title since 1986 (when Fergie was still in charge at Aberdeen) last season.
A club with a storied past -- winning...