PSG vs Man United

Losing 0-2 at home to Old Trafford three weeks ago made Man United's chances of going down very low at the moment. Now, MU will have to win by 2 goals or more in the return leg to hope to swim upstream to win the ticket to continue. Of course, in theory, this is entirely possible but in fact, this is extremely difficult task for teachers and coach Solskjaer.


MU's current performance is quite good. The 0-1 defeat to PSG in the first leg was the only loss in their last 6 appearances, the rest were 1 draw and up to 4 wins. However, it seems that MU still lacks bravery in big matches. Furthermore, in this match the Reds force is seriously chipped. MU's long list of injuries includes 9 names, including Nemanja Matic, Jesse Lingard, Anthony Martial, Ander Herrera and also Alexis Sanchez who will have two months off because of a knee injury. In addition, Paul Pogba will not be able to play in the second leg because of suspension.

Meanwhile, PSG, despite the absence of top stars Edinson Cavani and Neymar, will welcome the return of striker Edison Cavani. And it should be known that, even without Edinson Cavani and Neymar duo, PSG still defeated MU in the first leg thanks to two goals from Presnel Kimpembe and Kylian Mbappe.

The most important is the extremely terrible performance of PSG at this time. They almost won all the matches in 2019. The forces with depth with the super-stellar cast made PSG defeat any opponent. It was MU who had to experience this in the first leg and what happened to PSG's level of playing was superior to the English representative. The return to France's grandfather will be played at home. Don't forget that they are very impressive at home when they have won all 7 of their last matches, including 27 goals and only 2 goals conceded.

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