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Manchester United Aim A Thinly-Veiled Dig At Angel Di Maria After 2-1 Victory Against Paris Saint-Germain

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Manchester United Aim A Thinly-Veiled Dig At Angel Di Maria After 2-1 Victory Against Paris Saint-Germain

Manchester United fans are convinced the club aimed a ruthless dig at Angel Di Maria following their 2-1 victory over Paris Saint-Germain.

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United kicked off their Champions League campaign with a superb victory in Paris on Tuesday.

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Image: PA
Image: PA

And after leaving the Parc des Princes with the points in the bag, United appeared to poke fun at their former player Di Maria on social media.

They posted a picture of David de Gea stopping Di Maria from scoring, with the caption: "Big players step up in the big moments."

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United's swipe didn't go unnoticed by fans.

One Instagram user wrote: "I see what you did there admin."

A second wrote: "You guys knew what exactly what you were doing when you posted this picture."

A third added: "UNITED WITH THE DISS INJECT IT."

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Another said: "Well played admin."

Image: PA
Image: PA
Image: PA
Image: PA

Speaking after masterminding yet another victory over PSG, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: "We won against one of the best teams in the world - a fantastic one."

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On United's defence, he added: "Victor [Lindelof] and Axel played tremendous. It's a better performance this time than last even though last time we won 3-1. The performance showed we had developed."

The Norwegian continued by praising the midfield: "Scott [McTominay] and Fred were outstanding.

"Scotty played the first half with only one eye - that was the most impressive thing because he lost his contact lens."

Featured Image Credit: PA/PA

Topics: Football News, Paris Saint-Germain, Angel Di Maria, Football, Manchester United, Champions League

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