"It was a flawless pass for Kylian", PSG coach Thomas Tuchel said.
"We will go there, play our game and improve from today".
"We've got Chelsea and Liverpool in the next two games so whoever feels sorry for themselves will not play the next game", Solskjaer said. We were not used to it. It showed they are a real team, even if they will probably need Neymar and Cavani back if they are to get beyond the quarterfinals for the first time in their history.
"It was hard from the opening minute but I knew this was going to happen", Di Maria told Cadena Cope radio of the atmosphere as quoted in the Manchester Evening News.
Juan Mata and Alexis Sanchez made little impact off the bench, with the Chilean's anonymous display again raising doubts over his future after a return of just five goals in more than a year since joining from Arsenal.
It would take a monumental reverse in fortunes if United are to reach the quarter-finals after the second leg in Parc de Princes on March 6.
"I know Paul wants to just shield the ball so he's unlucky that he hits (Alves) on the knee", Solskjaer said.
Wenger also said that Mourinho has also proven himself as one of the best coaches in the world but his level of discipline for his players might be on the high side.
Signed for a then-British record fee in 2014 and sold after one poor season, he helped Thomas Tuchel's side go ahead as Kimpembe turned home his exceptional corner delivery in the 53rd minute.
Aside from victories in north London against Arsenal and Tottenham, facing PSG was United's biggest test since beating Italian champion Juventus at Turin in November in the group stage.
"Obviously when you lose it's disappointing but I think we played some good football in the 90 minutes and of course in the second half when it was 2-0 it was hard for us".
Kylian Mbappe believes Paris Saint-Germain must stop being afraid in their quest to succeed in the Champions League.