Jeered from the second he walked off the bus at Old Trafford, Angel Di Maria was centre of attention as his two assists helped Paris Saint-Germain to a 2-0 win in their Champions League last-16 first leg.
Di MARIA took the corner kick which lead to Presnel KIMPEMBE scoring the first goal.
Di Maria, who used to play for the Red Devils, received some mild jeering from his former fans on the night and made a decision to respond after Presnel Kimpembe opened the scoring.
Di Maria was booed upon arrival in Manchester, a welcome that worsened as the game began as a PSG side, minus Edinson Cavani and Neymar, took on a United team riding an eleven-game unbeaten run. Di Maria has since thrived in France and enjoyed the best individual season of his career in 2017/18.
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And Tuchel praised Di Maria for sticking to his task, while also revealing his surprise over the negative reception he received from the Old Trafford faithful.
A beer bottle was thrown onto the pitch near Di Maria, but the stunt didn't seem to affect him.
Again, though, it was Di Maria that had the last laugh as he assisted PSG's second goal of the night moments later when Kylian Mbappe slotted past David De Gea. Di Maria was handed the famed No. 7 jersey at the club, but the pacey wide man never really managed to live up to the lofty expectations that were placed on him upon his arrival.
United's woe was intensified when Paul Pogba was sent off late on in the second half for a second yellow card following a lunge on Dani Alves. If you tease him, it does not make him weaker. He was a bit nervous and needed to be calmer in the first-half.
"I thought he had a good relationship with the fans". 90 more minutes are missing To continue working for what is coming.