PSG Fans Give Manchester United Steward A Helping Hand With Brief Crowd Surfing
One Manchester United steward had a night to remember at Old Trafford thanks to the Paris Saint-Germain fans.
That's right, the PSG fans treated this one steward to the time of his life.
Les Parisiens supporters who travelled to Manchester made their presence felt, with videos and photos being posted on social media ahead of the match.
On this occasion, though, the fans chanted while the steward was taken for a brief -- and very much entertaining -- crowd-surfing session.
Check it out below.
Sure, this isn't Glastonbury Festival, but at least United fans will appreciate PSG supporters putting on an amazing moment with one of their stewards.
Ole Gunnar Solskjær was handed his first defeat as United caretaker manager after the French club outclassed his side.
Presnel Kimpembe opened the scoring for Thomas Tuchel's men in the second half, with an in-form Kylian Mbappé also finding the back of the net to double their lead.
Ángel Di María, who signed for the Red Devils in 2014 and had an ill-fated spell in the Premier League, came back to haunt his former side by setting up both goals.
While the former Real Madrid star had a night to remember at the Theatre of Dreams -- much to the annoyance of United fans, who booed him when they had the chance -- Alexis Sánchez hit an all-time low with his performance and his stats showed how bad he was in the match.
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The United boss' night took another turn for the worse when Paul Pogba was sent off, leaving the 45-year-old Norwegian with an uphill battle when his side travels to the Parc des Princes for the return leg next month.
Despite the loss, Solskjær fully embraced the situation and is preparing ahead for their next Champions League encounter with PSG.
"Today was a kind of a reality check on the level of the top teams," he told BT Sport.
"That is the level we want to get to. Top four is one thing. United should be at the top. They are a top team. [Our players] know we need to step up our level. We are disappointed.
"There is a determination in the dressing room to put this right.
"We will give it a go. If we get to half-time with a one-goal lead, that is what we have to aim for."
Can United plug the deficit in the second leg and progress to the next stage of the Champions League?
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