It was a great evening for José Mourinho. It wasn’t too bad for Paris Saint-Germain either, though let’s remember they’ve got three weeks to think about what a great position they’re in, and those extremely vivid, cold-sweat-tinged memories of Sergi Roberto aren’t going to go away any time soon. But despite there remaining, if history is any guide, a real chance that the French champions could still balls this up with the kind of inevitable meltdown that would put Brazil’s 2014 World Cup squad to shame, it wasn’t great for Manchester United, who lost a home tie in Europe by more than one goal for the first time since records began in 1956.
Source: Football News
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