Manchester United and PSG charged for crowd trouble during Champions League clash

Pogba's France overcame Julian Draxler's Germany in Euro 2016 to reach the final

Pogba's France overcame Julian Draxler's Germany in Euro 2016 to reach the final

However, the United fans certainly weren't slating the right-back, with his shove arguably bringing the biggest cheer from the crowd in the opening 45 minutes.

After PSG scored, Di Maria was spotted intensely celebrating at the crowd - mouthing the words "f*** o**".

Di Maria, who used to play for the Red Devils, received some mild jeering from his former fans on the night and chose to respond after Presnel Kimpembe opened the scoring. "Puta!" to the United faithful, captured clearly by TV cameras.

In addition, Man United captain on the night Ashley Young also "pushed" Di Maria into the hoardings in the first stanza, with fans enjoying every bit of the action. 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. Let us know in the comment box below.

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

Paul Pogba was also sent off late on to complicate matters further for United, who will now be without him for the second leg. Di Maria and van Gaal were reportedly very different characters, with the Argentine poorly suited to the Dutchman's style.

"I thought he had a good relationship with the fans".

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. Young did so while Di Maria received medical attention. "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.

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