Tuesday , June 22 2021

Manchester United News: What Rashford, De Gea and Lingard did after PSG defeat summed up the mood Football



Manchester United was defeated by the PSG in the Champions League on Tuesday, with Presel Kibebe and Kilian Mabap refusing to put an end to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's unbeaten start.

The Red Devils entered the game by winning 10 of their last 11 games in all races, with a 2: 2 draw against Burnley.

But PSG left Manchester United, who felt like a Parisian blue-collar after a devastating 90 minutes on Old Trafford.

At the end of the game, UK players were invited to talk about their humility in the Champions League in the Mixed Zone.

But only one player chose to talk – Ander Erera.

De Gea cut out a stone figure as interviewers questioned what had gone wrong with United's European confrontational strike.

The same can be said for Marcus Rhapsford, who politely declined the opportunity to talk about the game.

Victor Lindeloff was also walking along the stony faces and seeing to leave United with his wife.

And Linggard was just too unhappy to politely wink at those in the mixed zone of the last play.

For United it was a nightmare.

PSG was superior in almost every department and enjoyed his victory – in particular Angel Di Maria.

Mary had heard to call the United States supporters who had scared him at the last play.

At the same time, Solskayer has urged his Red Devils country to come back quickly while Chelsea is waiting on Monday.

The 45-year-old said, "Today is a reality check for us.

"The mountains are there to climb, you can not lie and say it's over.

"We'll go there, play our game and get better than today.

"They had momentum after the first goal and controlled the game. You can see that we have not played at this level for a while, and we will have to learn.

"It was an experience that could go one way or the other, it would not be a season determining the season from which we have to learn."

"The mountains are there to climb, you can not lie and say it's over, we'll go there, play our game and we'll get better than today.

"They had momentum after the first goal and controlled the game.

"You may see that we have not played at this level for a while, and we will have to learn.

"It was an experience that could go one way or the other, it would not be a season determining the season from which we have to learn."


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