Angel Di Maria reacts to being booed by fans during PSG clash

Angel Di Maria reacts to being booed by fans during PSG clash

Jeered from the second he walked off the bus at Old Trafford, Angel Di Maria was centre of attention as his two assists helped Paris Saint-Germain to a 2-0 win in their Champions League last-16 first leg. Di Maria and van Gaal were reportedly very different characters, with the Argentine poorly suited to the Dutchman's style. With the ball rolling out for a throw-in, Ashley Young barged into his back, sending him flying into the hoardings via the steep slope that frames Old Trafford's pitch. Soon after, Di Maria coming storming down that left wing and Young made a decision to shoulder barge the winger who cannoned down the iconic Old Trafford pitch slopes and into the railings.

No yellow came, but the stick kept coming.

PSG may have been without Neymar and Edinson Cavani but they boasted a player with a point to prove against United.

A run down the left wing and a low cross in to Kylian MBAPPE lead to PSG's second goal.

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Unsurprisingly, Twitter users did not pass up the opportunity to remind United fans of not only Di Maria's return, but what happened on the pitch.

The Argentine set up Presnel Kimpembe moments before the break for PSG's opener. "If you tease him, it does not make him weaker", he said, Sky Sports reported. While he did showcase glimpses of his huge quality, Di Maria wasn't able to do it on a consistent basis.

The former Real Madrid man was woeful in the first-half at Old Trafford, with his major contribution to the match being shoved off the pitch by Ashely Young just before the break. "In the end he did well".

However, Di Maria appears to have escaped disciplinary action for allegedly shouting expletives at United fans during PSG's celebrations for their first goal.

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