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Wenger: PSG are miles better than United

Wenger PSG are better than Man U

Arsene Wenger said Paris Saint-German were miles better than Manchester United.

Goals from Presnel Kimpembe and Kylian Mbappe respectively, both set up by former player Angel di Maria, condemned the Manchester United to 2-0 defeat at Old Trafford.

The defeat was United’s first defeat under caretaker manger Ole Gunnar Solksjaer.

prior to the coasted defeat, Solksjaer had overseen 10 wins and a draw since taking charge at the club in December.

PSG outclassed United in the midfield, according to Wenger, who was a Champions League finalist with Arsenal in 2006.

He told BeIN Sport: “The difference, technically, in speed of understanding of the game between the two teams, was huge and it became bigger as the game went on.

“Man United played at home and had one shot on goal in a Champions League game – that tells you the difference between the two teams.

“In the Champions League you can’t be dominated in midfield and the whole evening.

“Manchester United were dominated in midfield. In the Champions League you can’t be dominated in midfield and the whole evening. Manchester United were dominated in midfield.

“PSG played with five midfielders and they never lost the ball.

“Manchester United could never win the ball back and when they had the ball they lost it very quickly because PSG dominated the midfield to win the ball back.

“They lost the battle in midfield. When you play at home and you cannot keep the ball, you’re always in trouble.”

Perhaps, a second leg comeback looks mission impossible for the Red Devils, who had talisman Paul Pogba red-carded towards the tail-end of the game.

In addition, the duo of Jese Lingard and Antony Martial were withdrawn in the game due to injury.

Meanwhile, after the game, Solksjaer said, to move forward, United must use the progress at the Paris Club as the yardstick.

Olatosimi Fadahunsi192 Posts

Olatosimi Fadahunsi is a part-time non-professional footballer and a football writer with spotkick. His football ideology/mind/eyes endlessly rove multidimensionally.

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