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Pogba sees red as Paris Saint Germin stun United at Old Trafford

PSG on Tuesday night defeated Manchester United at Old Trafford, the home ground of the Reds.

The first half of the encounter ended goalless with both team not doing enough in the first 45 minutes.
The second half started with a lot of expectations, but the stadium came alive in the 53rd minute when 23-year-old Presnel Kimpembe put PSG ahead via a great goal, thanks to Angel Di Maria corner kick that assisted Kimpembe to guide the ball past De Gea into the roof of the net, no thanks to Nemanja Matic who failed to hold Kimpembe.

Seven minutes later, Paris-born 20-year-old attacker Kylian Mbappé Lottin doubled the lead for PSG with another goal in the 60th minute, following connecting well to Angel Di Maria solo cross from the left wing that propelled Thomas Tuchel led side second goal.
Manchester United woes were compounded in the 89th minute following Paul Pogba's red card, the Frenchman had received a yellow card in the 26th minute and received yet another in the 89th minute following a tough challenge on Dani Alves.

United will hope for a miracle when the face PSG on Wednesday 6th of March in the second leg of encounter in Paris.

After 90 minutes, it Manchester United 0-2 Paris Saint Germin, so it ended at Old Trafford.

By Oladele Emmanuel Abiodun

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