They were levels above us, we have to be fair. Top four is one thing but we want to be at the top.
"It is going to take an absolutely brilliant performance to do it, but at least they are not out of it".
"We are happy, but it's only half-time in the tie and we need to continue preparing well, because I think in the last 20 minutes we dropped off a bit physically". They were a team united. The balls forward from Nemanja Matic, crosses from Ashley Young and surges from Pogba were all dealt with.
Following the match, Red Devils interim boss Solskjaer confirmed that Lingard has a hamstring problem and Martial's injury is to his groin.
Paris have lost at this stage in each of the last two seasons but, on the evidence of this eye-catching display, they are ready to return to the latter stages.
Solskjaer insisted his United side must treat their chastening defeat as a learning experience and demanded a response ahead of Monday's FA Cup fifth round trip to Chelsea and their following Premier League game at home to title challengers Liverpool.
Angel Di Maria joined Paris St Germain in 2015 after one season with Manchester United (Martin Rickett/PA). "Unfortunately, the second goal came next, so it's a shame". He will miss the second leg in Paris early next month.
As the PSG players celebrated on the byline, an incensed Di Maria let out his frustration by screaming "F*ck off!"
"Today who would dispute that Martial is indispensable for Man 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", he said, Sky Sports reported.
While he came on and played the second half regardless, he looked visibly out of the contest, and not all of it may have been because of poor form.
"We couldn't say we were the better team, but they were not better than us either".
"It was a flawless pass for Kylian", PSG coach Thomas Tuchel said. "To defend like that and not allow chances. That's a big blow because he's been fantastic for us". "It's a mountain to climb, but not impossible".
"Mourinho has proven he's a great manager but has always gone for discipline for everyone and in this team I believe Pogba is a fantastic football player but sometimes lacks discipline".