Solskjaer confirms duo out of Champions League tie

Man Utd news PSG boss Thomas Tuchel pinpoints the TWO stars he is scared of most

Man Utd news PSG boss Thomas Tuchel pinpoints the TWO stars he is scared of most

But Solskjaer admitted that PSG were on "another level" but that he expects his players to respond positively and insisted it was "not impossible" to overturn a 2-0 deficit in the second leg in France on March 6, despite the "big blow" of Paul Pogba being suspended after his red card.

"You can not replace quality players like this".

Coach Tuchel said his team improved as the game went on, while the hosts suffered after seeing both Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial go off injured.

Although it's not really an embarrassment by any stretch, the only way United can hope to reach the next level in continental showpieces like these is if they keep coming in amongst Europe's best every year by securing Champions League qualification and competing at the highest level - bridging the gulf slowly but steadily. 'He (Young) plays many, many times here, and he knows there is a hill, so there was no need to push Di Maria into the fans.

Manchester United fired Jose Mourinho as manager and replaced him with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who has led the Red Devils to 10 wins and one draw in his first 11 games in charge.

"There is a reason behind them being one of the favourites for the Champions League".

"I must thank my teammates for an incredible performance", the Italian said.

United will now turn their attention to the FA Cup on Monday night against Chelsea before facing Liverpool in the Premier League.

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.

He added: "You can't feel sorry for yourself".

United could face a UEFA probe after it emerged unpopular former winger Angel Di Maria was struck by a bottle thrown from the crowd. PSG could also be in trouble as an item landed at the feet of Luke Shaw in the first half.

No club has ever recovered from losing the first leg of a Champions League tie by two goals or more and still progressed.

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

"It's always risky for him from the corners and of course a superb assist, it was a flawless pass for Kylian". I want us to be able to help him with good passes.

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