Paris Saint-Germain, France, ignited the competition struggle in Group H to qualify for the round of 16 in the European Champions League, after its precious 3-1 victory over Manchester United of England on Wednesday in the fifth (penultimate) round of the group, which also witnessed an impressive victory for the German Ibbeg 4 3, hosted by Istanbul, Turkish Basaksehir.
Thus, Manchester United is equal with Saint-Germain and Leipzig in the balance of 9 points, but the superiority is in the interest of the English team due to the difference in direct confrontations in the total matches that took place between the three teams, while Basaksehir left the race completely and deposited his participation in European competitions, after staying in Bottom of the ranking by three points.
At Old Trafford, Saint-Germain advanced with a goal by Neymar in the sixth minute, but Marcus Rashford drew for United in the 32nd minute.
Manchester United paid the price for wasting many achieved opportunities at the beginning of the second half, after Saint-Germain scored twice through Marquinhos and Neymar in the 69th minute and the first of the calculated time instead of lost for the second half.
The English team was forced to play with ten players, starting from the 70th minute, after its Brazilian player, Fred, was sent off, for receiving a second warning.