Marouane Fellaini scored a goal to give Manchester United a 1-0 victory over Young Boys in the Champions League Championship on Tuesday.
The winner sees United until the 16th round, while the Swiss champions will finish at the bottom of the H group.
United retained possession during most of the first half but attempted to capitalize on the few opportunities. The home crowd was not impressed by the fancy moves of Marcus Rashford's Jesse Lingard alone in front of the goal, but his shot whistled just wide.
The Swiss side almost stolen a goal before the break when Miralem Sulejmani joined Djibril Sow on the left of David De Gea's goal only for Sow who managed to sail the ball over the goalkeeper of the Spanish goalkeeper.
De Gea made a spectacular save in the 72nd minute when Ulisses Garcia's shot departed several players, forcing De Gea to focus on the right and to hit the ball on the line.
With a seemingly obvious draw, Fellaini connected Luke Shaw's cross with experts to get the winner in the 91st minute.
Victoria gave United 10 points, two behind Juventus leaders who defeated Valencia 1-0 to eliminate the Spaniards who have five. The young boys are one.