Publicado: Jue, Febrero 14, 2019
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Angel Di Maria has last laugh with PSG on Old Trafford return

Angel Di Maria has last laugh with PSG on Old Trafford return

United have been charged with blocking stairways and throwing objects, while PSG have been charged with setting off fireworks, throwing objects, acts of damage and crowd disturbance, according to the Press Association.

As the PSG players celebrated on the byline, an incensed Di Maria let out his frustration by screaming "F*ck off!"

In the absence of Neymar and Cavani, di Maria's performance will be of further importance to PSG on a night when he was always going to be scrutinised anyway due to his past connections with United.

Di Maria rose to the occasion amid the jeers to superbly provide assists for Presnel Kimpembe and Kylian Mbappe in a comfortable. Had this match been played on a pitch surrounded by an athletics track, for example, the coming together between Young and Di Maria would have looked like an innocuous shoulder-to-shoulder challenge.

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En el texto el pontífice católica le recalca al mandatario " la necesidad de evitar cualquier forma de derramamiento de sangre ". Peeeeeeeero, " más allá de la cautela diplomática, la opinión de Francisco y de sus consejeros sobre Maduro es negativa ".

Later, he blew kisses to the stands and imitated drinking from a bottle that was hurled at him by a fan.

The Argentine asks the United fans to turn the volume up on their booing, a bold move by any player.

Some argued that Pogba deserved a straight red for the tackle, while others suggested that Ashley Young was lucky to stay on the pitch after colliding with Angel di Maria in the first half. Di Maria and van Gaal were reportedly very different characters, with the Argentine poorly suited to the Dutchman's style. "If you tease him, it does not make him weaker", said his manager Thomas Tuchel, summing up his contribution perfectly, even noting Di Maria's weak start to the game as he won just one of his nine duels.

Speaking on RTE Sport, former Liverpool midfielder Didi Hamann felt the Englishman should have been sent off: "I think he should have gone. In the end he did well". There are still 90 minutes left.

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