How PSG’s half-time change won the game vs Manchester United

How PSG’s half-time change won the game vs Manchester United

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UEFA’s average positions diagram shows how Paris Saint-Germain managed to overcome Manchester United last night.

The French champions take a two-goal lead back to Paris for the return leg in three weeks time after a dominant second-half display at Old Trafford.

Both sides headed in at half-time with the scoreline goalless, however, Thomas Tuchel’s half-time change appears to have been decisive in changing the complexity of the tie in the second period.

Half-time change: PSG switch to three at the back vs Man United

UEFA show how PSG changed to three at the back during half-time – a switch which won the game.

The French champions started the game slowly but grew in confidence towards the end of the first-half.

Tuchel realised the need for a chance to swing the game in his side’s favour and acted during the interval.

Having fielded a number of players capable of playing different roles, he changed his side’s formation.

Thilo Kehrer dropped into central defence, Juan Bernat and Dani Alves became wing-backs whilst Julien Draxler replaced the Brazilian by moving in support of Kylian Mbappe.

Champions League review: Manchester United 0-2 Paris Saint-Germain

Ole Gunnar Soleskjaer suffered his first defeat as manager of Man United as PSG placed one foot in the Champions League quarter-finals.

Goals from Presnel Kimpembe and Kylian Mbappe hand the French champions a two-goal advantage heading into the second leg.

United suffered a further blow following the dismissal of Paul Pogba who will miss the return leg in Paris in three weeks.

United players slammed by L’Equipe after PSG defeat


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February 13, 2019 at 04:08AM

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