"They were a level above us today, we have to honest and fair". "It was a big step up, they have quality from the keeper to the strikers".
When the reality check came for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United, it wasn't even handed out by a full-strength Paris Saint-Germain. "We must win at home on March 6". In the first half, there wasn't really much in it, and then they got the first goal. He knew United were short there, and they still are.
PSG may have been without Neymar and Edinson Cavani, but in their absence World Cup victor Mbappe grabbed the spotlight after he propelled his combined goal and assist count to 31 for the season - that's 14 more than Cristiano Ronaldo.
But the fan, named Matt, believes the presence of journalists from his own country may have influenced his performance.
If going to the Parc des Princes two goals down wasn't tough enough already, a late red card means United will have to attempt a comeback without Paul Pogba.
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England found a formula that worked inside the opening two minutes and kept utilising grubber kicks to devastating effect. Guirado was then penalized for not rolling away in a ruck and Owen Farrell kicked England 8-0 ahead in a shower.
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As Sarri demands more aggression, persisting with Jorginho at the base of the midfield means his most tenacious player, N'Golo Kante, is out of position.
It made a bad situation worse for United since he will now miss the second leg due to suspension. The Chilean was largely anonymous after coming on as a first-half substitute and afterwards Solskjaer insisted it was up to him to get back to his best. "This is a level up from what we're used to".
Marquinhos was excellent for the men from the French capital against United.
Booed and jeered by a normally magnanimous home crowd, Di Maria's speed and skill stung as he put his former employers to the sword. "If you tease him it does not make him weaker", said Tuchel.
"French football has to go as far as possible in the European Cup, so we have to stop being afraid". United though did bounce back from that by then winning in Turin against the Italian champions 2-1. But if you can win the Champions it will be welcome. "We have to do the same thing again".
United now have a mountain to climb in a heavyweight last-16 encounter, but may need the South American forward to aid their cause during a return date in France with others nursing injuries.