MU lost 1-3 to PSG at home, and the person responsible for that defeat was none other than head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Manchester United experienced a disappointing 90 minutes at home when they lost to PSG 1-3. This is a match where coach Solskjaer did not make wise decisions, thereby leaving the Old Trafford team at risk of not being able to pass the group stage.
The location that generated a lot of anxiety was Fred. The Brazilian received a yellow card in the first half and should have been substituted during the halftime break. However, the Norwegian strategist decided to keep Fred on the field, and under pressure from the visitors, the player received a second yellow card in the second half and was disqualified.
One corner of the television set showed Bruno Fernandes not satisfied with the direction of coach Solskjaer. Specifically, the Portuguese midfielder constantly signaled with his hands and shouted at the head coach to request changes of people.
Bruno Fernandes repeatedly asked coach Solskjaer to change the player
It was not until the 74th minute when MU was led 2-1 and there were 10 people on the field. Coach Solskjaer made the first change and those late changes could not help the Red Devils reverse the situation.
In the last minutes, MU also conceded another goal and accepted a 1-3 defeat. Having 9 points after 5 matches, MU still topped Group H of the Champions League. However, MU was leveled by PSG and Leipzig.
Manchester United lost to PSG at home. However, Scholes and Ferdinand said Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be satisfied with the performance of his students.
Despite the disappointing results, both Scholes and former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand agree that manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be pleased with the team’s performance, even with a 3-1 loss to PSG.
Man Utd dominated the French champions for most of the competition. However, they lost the game after Fred was sent off with about 20 minutes remaining.