Marouane Fellaini scored a goal in extra time and gave Manchester United a 1-0 win over the Young Boys in the Champions League action on Tuesday.
The win puts United in the round of 16, while the Swiss champion will finish last in Group H.
United maintained possession for most of the first half, but struggled to capitalize on their few chances. The best effort from the home team came in the opening minutes of the game when Marcus Rashford's chip from Jesse Lingard's pass was thrown over the crossbar.
The Swiss team almost stole a goal before the interval when Miralem Sulejmani connected with Djibril Sow on the left side of David De Gea's goal, only for Sow to pass the ball through the net of the Spanish goalkeeper.
De Gea's defense sent a ball soaring up the middle on a beautiful counterattack with 48 minutes gone, but Ulisses Garcia's finish was met by the reaching hands of the keeper.
With a seemingly apparent draw, Fellaini skillfully connected Luke Shaw's cross to get the game's goal at 91 & # 39;
The victory gave United 10 points, two behind leaders Juventus who beat Valencia 1-0 to eliminate the Spanish who have five. Young boys are in one.