PSG still plan to attack Manchester United despite Neymar, Cavani absences

Ruben Hill
February 12, 2019

Anthony Martial was also on the scoresheet on Saturday with a goal which drew comparisons with Cristiano Ronaldo, although the United winger benefits from an injury to Neymar to earn his place in the side ahead of Julian Draxler on current form.

"The club have appointed two big names with the last two appointments and it hasn't worked out".

And according to the Sun's Neil Custis, writing in an "exclusive", the decision to appoint Solskjaer as permanent boss has been made by United executives, although the news will not be announced until the end of the 2018/19 campaign. Do Paris possess the midfield acumen to stifle United's orchestrator?

Both the supporters and the players have been looking forward to this because they are special nights. "But thanks to God, I was able to come to PSG and be myself again". But we have given ourselves the best possible opportunity in the way we have gone into this game because we are confident. We're confident and we're looking like a team.

"So if there is any time to go into big games like this, it is now".

As Paris, we're used to playing offensively and creating chances. Changing now would be hard. They play with a lot of confidence, score a lot of goals, get a lot of early leads.

'He has wonderful qualities, he can do a lot of things, extremely strong, with the ball at his feet, he's very good and very strong in challenges and one on ones, taking people on he's always capable of making a difference and I think in my opinion he's always unsafe offensively with Martial, they're a very risky pairing.

Things could have looked so different if Fellaini had joined PSG.

"Kylian needs to be free to play with confidence".

However, Solskjaer has surprised his critics by masterminding a brilliant 12-game unbeaten run in all competitions to close the gap on the top four despite being handed the job with Manchester United 11 points adrift of fourth spot.

"We would love to have Neymar and Edinson, but we have to show that we can do it without them". Over 180 minutes it's 50-50; tomorrow they are at home so I'm not sure it's 50-50.

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