This is no do-or-die fortnight, claims Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Posted February 13, 2019

Having seen their team win ten from 11 games under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, supporters are viewing this game with genuine optimism.

Manchester United have already been handed a big boost following injuries to the world's most expensive player Neymar and prolific Uruguay forward Edinson Cavani.

United are looking to reach the quarter-finals of the Champions League for the first time since 2013-14, where David Moyes's side were knocked out by Bayern Munich in the last eight. Five yellow cards were doled on in the opening 34 minutes, with Ashley Young and Pogba seeing yellow for Man United, while Kimpembe, Draxler and Juan Bernat going in the book for PSG.

The Red Devils return to European action for the first time under caretaker boss Ole Gunner Solskjaer, who is yet to taste defeat at the helm of the Old Trafford Club.

"But I think PSG are little favourites because of the players they have but whoever wins, I'm the victor".

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Manchester United vs Paris Saint-Germain didn't provide too many moments of quality in the first half but the best piece of play undoubtedly came from Paul Pogba.

Manchester United take on PSG in the Champions League round of 16 later tonight in what will be a big game for both sides.

He told CNN Sport: "I think this is a problem for us".

"My last was Roma (2007), when we beat them 7-1, on a typical Old Trafford night", he said.

That is according to BT Sport pundit and Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand.

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PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN:PSG has been in excellent form since the start of the season, the top the Group stage ahead of Liverpool and Napoli and also sit on the top spot in the Ligue 1.

Thomas Tuchel's tactics worked to perfection with PSG denying United space to show off their counter-attacking skills, while injuries to Martial and Lingard stifled United.

However, Aaron Ramsey in his message to the Arsenal fans appreciated them for their support right from when he joined the club, noting that they were part of his progress from a teenage player to where his level.

"I'd love to have a good answer but I'm not sure it's on me to talk about the situation".

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