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Sacking Jose Mourinho Cost Manchester United Nearly £20 Million

Sacking Jose Mourinho Cost Manchester United Nearly £20 Million

PSG was expected to represent the stiffest of tests, but recent injuries to Neymar and Edinson Cavani will blunt an attack which scored a Champions League-high 17 goals in six group-stage games. That's why they're among the favourites for the Champions League but that's the level we need to aim for as a club.

Still, here are some thoughts about the match that we came up with after seeing some of the underlying numbers.

Revenue for the three months to December 31 was 208.6 million pounds, against 177.4 million pounds a year earlier, with a new rights agreement for the lucrative Champions League helping to lift broadcasting revenue by 38 percent.

"No, not at all because at this club we have to bounce back".

"Of course it's a reality check".

"Right now, we have to think about the FA Cup against Chelsea and keep our place in the top four".

"We're on a great run, in a great state of mind, but it's a big step up and they have quality throughout the team".

"But they lose one game to a team full of superstars and people start talking s*** again".

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Manchester United have suffered a fresh injury blow with Alexis Sanchez joining Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial in being a major fitness doubt for Monday's trip to Chelsea, according to the Daily Mail.

'Man United played at home and had one shot on goal in a Champions League game - that tells you about the difference between the two teams'.

"Don't feel sorry for yourself, " Solskjaer advised his players afterwards.

Angel Di Maria nearly got injured on his return to Old Trafford when Ashley Young made sure he felt him in an unnecessary body check just before the dugout.

Red Devils' midfielder Ander Herrera referred to the same moment as a decisive point in the tie, having stated the following in his post-match interview (via M.E.N.): "After the first goal everything changed".

Di Maria was the architect of PSG's victory, providing the corner that allowed Kimpembe to open the scoring in the 53rd minute before teeing up Mbappe on the hour.

In the second half, United never got going.

"I know Paul wants to shield the ball and it's unlucky and it hits him on the knee". He had a bit of a hard time because I was close to him. "We have character, because it's not easy to play here".