Arsene Wenger with a damning verdict on Manchester United and Alexis Sanchez

Lynette Rowe
February 13, 2019

Presnel Kimpembe and Kylian Mbappe struck in a seven-minute spell just before the hour mark as PSG displayed their credentials to finally become champions of Europe for the first time, especially once they get the world's most expensive player Neymar and Edinson Cavani back from injury. This considered, United's frustration that the referee then chose to send Paul Pogba off (he'll now miss the return in Paris) for a second bookable offence in the closing stages was obvious.

"[Kimpembe] was very lucky and the way he throws [Marcus] Rashford down to the floor and we don't get a foul", said Solskjaer.

Jamie Redknapp believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's chances of becoming the permanent Manchester United manager hinges on a top-four finish this season.

"We're disappointed we won't have Paul for the next game". "Maybe he was a bit nervous and a bit overused because he plays all the time for us".

The Red Devils have beaten both Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur since Solskjaer's appointment but Manchester United will still have to face Liverpool FC, Chelsea FC and Manchester City in the Premier League.

We have seen them start to play at their expected level in the Premier League, which has brought them some fantastic results but, as we saw, the last 16 of the Champions League is another step up in class. "He needs to find himself when he plays because we know there is a quality player there", he said.

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He wrote on Instagram, in French: "I will write in French for some pseudo supporters of PSG that exist only in social networks and they don't understand English because the true PSG fans are what I heard last night from the beginning until the end of the match".

Solskjaer also urged Alexis Sanchez to help himself in his search for form after another lacklustre performance.

After 10 wins from his first 11 games in charge, Solskjaer admitted the French champions had given them a "reality check". "If you tease him it does not make him weaker", said Tuchel.

Chairman and CEO Nasser Al-Khelaifi reflected the delight of PSG's Qatari owners, but also warned that it is not over just yet.

In fact, some of the events that have happened since Moyeseh led United to a win are quite remarkable and a detailed list has been compiled by BT Sport.

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