United kicked off their Champions League campaign with a superb victory in Paris on Tuesday.
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."
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."
Another said: "Well played admin."
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."
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."
Another one.#MUFC #UCL https://t.co/q3TrFJ5bnt pic.twitter.com/05DCgvYBsi
- Manchester United (@ManUtd) October 20, 2020
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."
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