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. Instead it was United who received the only red card of the game when Paul Pogba was dismissed in the 89th minute.
United were in the midst of an 11-game unbeaten streak since December but the Red Devils crashed to their first defeat under caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
"I'm not the one", Solskjaer said when asked what he could do to help Sanchez.
He has netted eight times and registered five assists in the Premier League since then, though was given his marching orders late in the second half against PSG as the French champions dominated the first leg to bring a two-goal lead back to Paris.
"Manchester United should be at the top and this is a top team we've played against". They did not have a central defensive partnership of the quality of Thiago Silva and Kimpembe, a midfielder of the quality of Marco Verratti or even Marquinhos, or a player with the speed, skill and strength of Mbappe.
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Manchester United suffered the heaviest home defeat in the club's European history in losing 2-0 at home to Paris Saint-Germain. They can not build the game up, especially at the back. "French football must go as far as possible in the Champions League ".
Former England worldwide Alan Shearer has named Chilean football star Alexis Sanchez as the only player whose game has not improved under Manchester United boss Solskjaer.
He said: "I'm not being disrespectful here to Manchester United or the competition but United have far bigger priorities than the Champions League".
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While PSG had the better players, you also have to give credit to their coach Thomas Tuchel because he got his tactics absolutely spot on too.
United were impressive in the first half, without creating much in front of goal. Additionally, no side has ever overturned a two-goal home deficit in the Champions League.
Chairman and CEO Nasser Al-Khelaifi reflected the delight of PSG's Qatari owners, but also warned that it is not over just yet.