The referee: Manchester United beat Paris Saint-Germain with two major tactical changes

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has another addition to his prized scalp range and this has been what impresses him most as a Manchester United manager. Just like United’s last break in Paris, there was help from video assistant referee and late winner Marcus Rashford. Unlike 19 months ago, this was not just a coincidence.

There have been injuries but not double digits and PSG supposedly had a little more guts about it. Not on this guide. united Tactically skilled and adventurous against Paris Saint-Germain, the finalists who were defeated by Bayern Munich two months ago looked as though they were pretending yesterday.

Solshire beat Thomas Tuchel with a pivotal lead for Paul Pogba That brought about a shift in momentum and led to the Frenchman Rashford To bypass Keylor Navas. Rashford had turned down two adorable openings upon breaking up, but he’s about half the chance of letting Neymar’s head bow again.

This, which was played in the spooky Parc des Princes, would not be fondly remembered as Solskjaer’s touching night as an employer and there were no Mancones darting towards Rashford. United showed maturity, though, and halted an alarming start to a season by putting Paris Saint-Germain back on track.

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