United were also reduced to 10 men when Fred was sent off after escaping a red card in the first half, and here Sportsmail rates both sets of players from the enthralling fixture.
Neymar scored twice for Paris Saint-Germain as the beat Manchester United at Old Trafford
MANCHESTER UTD (4-2-3-1)
David De Gea – 6
Weak attempt to stop first goal but made great save from sub Bakker — not at fault for the other goals.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka – 5.5
Another busy night marking Mbappe and he did just enough to thwart the Frenchman.
Victor Lindelof – 6.5
Swede was composed in the face of a very lively PSG attack containing some of the world’s best.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka had another busy night marking Kylian Mbappe and struggled at times
Harry Maguire – 6
Shaky start but settled into the game. Bamboozed by Neymar for PSG’s third goal.
Alex Telles – 7
United’s new left back continues to impress in Shaw’s absence. Got forward well again.
Fred – 5
Second yellow card was harsh but overdue after first-half clashes with Paredes and Co.
Fred’s red card was harsh but overdue after first-half clashes with Leandro Paredes
Scott McTominay – 6.5
Beaten by Mbappe for first goal but gave very little else away in the rest of the game.
Marcus Rashford = 7
PSG’s bogeyman struck again with the help of a big deflection but injured later and went off.
Bruno Fernandes – 6.5
Final pass lacking at times but still a real threat. Could have done better with his shooting.
Marcus Rashford is PSG’s bogeyman and he struck again with help of big deflection
Anthony Martial – 5.5
Back from illness and guilty of awful miss early in second half that could have changed the game.
Edinson Cavani – 6.5
PSG’s all-time top scorer was denied great goal by the bar when he chipped his old mate Navas.
Subs: Bailly, Pogba (for Rashford 74, 6.5), Mata, Greenwood (for Martial 79, 6), Lingard, James, Fosu-Mensah, Ighalo, Henderson, Matic, Williams, Van de Beek (for Cavani 79, 6).
Manager: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – 6
Will regret not replacing Fred when he had the chance. This was a big setback. Now he needs a result in Leipzig.
PSG’s all-time top scorer Edinson Cavani was denied a great goal when his chip hit the bar
Keylor Navas – 6.5
Not tested enough by United. Had no chance with the deflected goal which made it 1-1.
Alessandro Florenzi – 7.5
Real threat when crossing from the right and tested De Gea with a shot too.
Marquinhos – 7.5
PSG captain came out on top in tough battle with his old team-mate Cavani.
PSG captain Marquinhos made a brilliant block to deny Martial before netting the second
Abdou Diallo – 6
Dropped off Rashford and then failed to close him down for the equaliser in the first half.
Presnel Kimpembe – 6.5
Solid at the back as United struggled to find a way through the middle.
Marco Verratti – 6.5
The Italian’s passing kept PSG ticking over. He was always in the thick of things in midfield.
Danilo Pereira – 6
Powerful presence but will regret sticking out his foot for United goal that deflected off him.
Marco Verratti kept PSG ticking over and the Italian maestro was always in the thick of things
Leandro Paredes – 5.5
Went down too easily in the clash with Fred and was booked for tackle on his rival.
Neymar – 8
Clinical finish early on but was distracted by running battle with McTominay. Brilliant late third goal.
Moise Kean – 5
This is what we’ve come to expect from the Everton loanee: quiet and ineffective.
Kylian Mbappe – 7
Great run set up opening goal and he was full of attacking intent on the left-hand side.
Neymar was at his best to finish the goals and showed brilliant work to round off the win
Subs: Kehrer (for Florenzi 68) Di Maria, Rafinha (for Verratti 68), Rico, Kurzawa, Herrera (for Paredes 65), Bakker (for Keane 65), Gueye, Letellier, Dagba, Pembele, Fadiga
Thomas Tuchel – 7
PSG’s German coach has suffered at the hands of United so he deserved this victory and his big players stepped up.
Referee: Daniele Orsato – 5
Puzzling decision not to send off Fred earlier. Got there in the end, but second yellow was slightly harsh.