PLAYERS RATINGS: Man United 3-1 PSG. REMONTADA!!!!!

A solid performance by Manchester United who won the match with a historical comeback. Manchester United scored an early goal by Romelu Lukaku, the fastest since 2013, and then Romelu Lukaku scored the second goal after a silly mistake from Paris Saint Germain’s goalkeeper, Gianluigi Buffon.

In the second half, both teams couldn’t score and both seemed reckless and rushing a goal to qualify, or secure the qualifications where that didn’t help, but caused both teams, especially PSG, to waste some changes such. Moreover, they awarded Man United a last-second penalty that was scored by Rashford and it was unexpected and gave Manchester United a historical qualification.

Here are our player ratings and the man of the match for today’s match

De Gea: Couldn’t do much for the goal, but had a good match. 7/10

Lindelof: What a match, he keeps proving his the future of Manchester United in the defense. 7.5/10

Smalling: Has done fine work, a calm match, and decent effort for Mbappe’s one on one chance. 7/10

Bailly: Playing on the right was unexpected, but left injured, even though it could be a tactical change. 5/10

Young: Still not a Manchester United’s level. He was keeping spaces in the defense sometimes. 6/10

Shaw: An outstanding match, has done almost everything today. 7.5/10

Perreira: A bit shaky on the ball, but an okay match. 6.5/10

Fred: Still, not really convincing. But a good defensive effort. 6.5/10

McTominay: A couple of mistakes, but a very good match in general. 7/10

Lukaku: Scored two crucial goals, did everything he can. 8/10

Rashford: Was behind the second goal, but in front of the net, he is selfish sometimes. However, scored a historical penalty. 7.5/10

Subs:

 

Dalot: Played okay, was going forward as well. 6/10

Chong: Couldn’t do much. 5/10

Man of the match: Romelu Lukaku deserves it, scored two goals for his team.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Manager): His tactics were expected, defending and play a counter-attack and on the mistakes of Paris Saint Germain, and leave the possession for PSG. It’s a historical remonada that won’t be forgotten. 8/10

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