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The second leg in Paris is on March 6.

Manchester United will face their biggest test yet under the tutelage of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, when they welcome PSG in the first leg of their Round of 16 tie on Tuesday night. Jose Mourinho took charge for their previous match in the Champions League, but he has been replaced by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, under whom the former winners are unbeaten in his 12 matches in charge.

The Norwegian has overseen 11 victories in those games and has completely transformed the fortunes of the Red Devils, and they head into the tie eyeing up a famous success. "It has to be one that we're going to learn from".

By the time Di Maria responded to the torrent of abuse by picking up a bottle of beer hurled at him and taking a sip, PSG was already leading thanks to academy graduate Presnel Kimpembe's first PSG goal in the 53rd minute. That's the level we need to aim for at this club.

"This is a top, top team that we played against. Our players are disappointed after the game, of course, but I also think they know that we need to step up our level to get to the level that we want to get to".

Such stretched resources is not what the club's Qatari owners had in mind when a near 400 million euros was splurged on Neymar and Kylian Mbappe in 2017 with the intention to carry PSG to a long-awaited first ever Champions League triumph.

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However, just a few days later he was drafted in to take charge till the end of the season when Jose Mourinho was sacked and has embarked on a run of 10 wins and one draw since to completely revive United's fortunes.

After having a bottle thrown at him by United fans, Di Maria helped to complete a counterattack by crossing for the advancing Mbappe to score. Substitute Alexis Sanchez struggled to impose himself up front.

"French football must go as far as possible in the Champions League".

Some of United's recent flawed decision-making was illustrated by the performance of Alexis Sanchez, a hugely expensive liability who might as well have stayed in his seat among the substitutes for all the good he did after coming on just before half-time. He needs to play with a good mindset and to be positive.

"Maybe he was a bit nervous and a bit overused because he plays all the time for us".

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