Valencia vs Young Boys live streaming
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Match: Valencia vs Young Boys
Competition: Champions League
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Valencia vs Young Boys live streaming: Match preview
Valencia are Europe’s draw specialists and they’ve taken that form into the Champions League.
They lost their opening match at home to Juve; not an embarrassing result but they needed to bounce back.
Los Che earned a respectable 0-0 draw at Old Trafford on matchday 2 but looked at their trip to Bern as a must win game.
That’s because Young Boys went into that match pointless.
The Swiss side had lost 3-0 at home to Manchester United before going down by the same scoreline in Turin.
When Michy Batshuayi struck mid-way through the first half, an away win seemed a formality.
But, veteran forward Guillaume Hoarau levelled up the scores 10 minutes after half time.
Los Murciélagos needed a world class save from Neto late on to preserve even a point.
There is now margin for error this time though; the Spanish side must win if they have any chance of catching Manchester United.
Surely they will, won’t they?