The victory was enough to ensure Manchester United will qualify for the knockout phase of the Champions League, although they were indebted to Fellaini's sneaky handball and a goalkeeping masterclass from David de Gea.
Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini struck a controversial stoppage-time victor to bring blessed relief to Old Trafford after a laboured 1-0 win over Young Boys edged them into the last 16 of the Champions League on Tuesday. I don't feel pressure to play at home.
"Do I prefer to play Young Boys here or go to Bern?"
"I never felt pressure to play at home".
Phil Jones marked his first Champions League match of the season with an assured display, even if he did not have much defending to do. One man who, in spite the horrific man management of Jose Mourinho, has managed to excel in recent weeks. The performance had lots of good things but also lots of disappointing things.
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The Eagles are desperate for points to improve on their standing on Premier League log to avoid the drop to the Championship. Mourinho accused the quartet of lacking maturity and Ferdinand believes he was wrong to publicly question his own players.
Mourinho said defender Victor Lindelof would likely be out of action for "quite a while" with an injury.
"Sometimes, of course, it might look like that [players don't have enough desire] but I look in the training ground and I look around the changing room and I think everyone wants the same and that's to win games and to climb up the table", said Shaw.
"I would say if we have him for the Christmas period where we need, if possible, every player to be available for that hard period until the Newcastle match on January 2".
"It takes the pressure off going to Spain but we need to finish the group strongly".
Yet, after largely dominating the match while being betrayed by a blunt edge up front, Belgian Fellaini turned to shoot home in the 91st minute, despite the ball appearing to come off his hand as he swivelled to strike it.