Man Utd suffer worst ever European home defeat in Solskjaer's Champions League debut

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Manchester United
Michael Regan
Paris Saint-Germain accomplished something on Tuesday evening that no other side had ever done before

Manchester United have made some unwanted history with Tuesday's 2-0 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League

After the game entered half-time scoreless, Presnel Kimpembe and Kylian Mbappe scored at Old Trafford in the last-16 first leg.

It means PSG return to Parc des Princes for the second leg on March 6 with a massive advantage after having accomplished something no side had ever done.

Tuesday night marked the first time in United history they have lost by a margin of more than one goal at Old Trafford in European competition. 

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PSG also became the first French team to ever defeat United at Old Trafford in European competition, with the Red Devils having previously won 10 and drawn four of their 14 matches.

It was hardly the Champions League debut that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would have hoped for after a fantastic start to life as United's caretaker manager.

United won 10 and drew one of Solskjaer's first 11 matches in charge, with Tuesday marking his first defeat. 

The club also managed just one shot on target on the night, their lowest total in a home Champions League match since 2005, when eventual finalists Milan also held them to one shot on goal. 

Solskjaer became the second Manchester United manager to lose his first Champions League match in charge, after Louis van Gaal was the first.

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It was a damaging evening altogether for United, as Jesse Lingard limped off with an injury in the first half. 

Late in the match, Paul Pogba was sent off for a second yellow card and will now miss the second leg as a result.