Marcus Rashford hit the winner in Paris again as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side deservedly beat last season’s Champions League runners-up.
Bruno Fernandes opened the scoring for the visitors but the Ligue 1 giants were level after Anthony Martial headed the ball into his own net. But with minutes remaining Rashford proved to be the hero for a second time in France.
Here, Sportsmail’s Chris Wheeler runs the rule over both sides at the Parc des Princes.
KEYLOR NAVAS 7
Penalty save counted for nothing but made a number of other great stops.
ALESSANDRO FLORENZI 6
On-loan Roma defender had his hands full with Alex Telles and United’s front two.
ABDOU DIALLO 6.5
Gave away the penalty but atoned with several great interception tackles.
PSG’s Abdou Diallo (left) gave away penalty but atoned with several great interception tackles
PRESNEL KIMPEMBE 6.5
The man whose handball cost PSG last time was more reliable on this occasion.
LAYVIN KURZAWA 6.5
Got forward well and should have scored from point-blank range in first half.
IDRISSA GUEYE 5.5
Ex-Everton man was solid but first to be subbed as PSG sought creative spark.
DANILO PEREIRA 5.5
His debut ended badly as he lost Rashford in the build-up to winning goal.
ANDER HERRERA 6
Former United man wanted to make an impression against his old club. He didn’t.
Ex-Man United man Ander Herrera (right) wanted to make an impression but failed to do that
ANGEL DI MARIA 6.5
Been a thorn in United’s side before but closest he came was a curling shot easily saved/
Poor. Worried United with his running from deep early on but faded after that.
Neymar was poor – he worried United with his running from deep early on but faded after that
KYLIAN MBAPPE 5.5
Took a knock in the first half and was a little subdued by his standards.
Subs: Marquinhos, Rafinha (for Hererra 79, 6), Rico, Kean (for Gueye 46, 6), Sarabia (for Di Maria 86), Draxler, Bakker (for Kurzawa 86), Letellier, Dagba, Pembele, Ruiz-Atil, Fadiga
Scorer: Martial og 55
Booked: Neymar, Pereira, Kean
Manager: Thomas Tuchel 5.5
Outwitted as last season’s beaten finalists suffered a rare home defeat.
Striker Kylian Mbappe took a knock in the first half and was a little subdued by his standards
MANCHESTER UTD (3-4-1-2)
DAVID DE GEA 8
Excellent. Great saves from Mbappe, Kurzawa and Di Maria but had no chance with goal.
David de Gea was excellent and made great saves from Mbappe, Kurzawa and Di Maria
AXEL TUANZEBE 7.5
First game since December but slotted in and made a fine tackle to thwart Mbappe.
VICTOR LINDELOF 7
Led the defence with authority in the absence of captain Harry Maguire.
LUKE SHAW 6.5
Seems to like playing on the left of a back three. Kept Di Maria very quiet.
AARON WAN-BISSAKA 7.5
Handled Mbappe brilliantly with well-timed tackles and got forward well.
Manchester United right back Aaron Wan-Bissaka (left) was a standout performer on the night
Picked ahead of Pogba and used his energy well to break up PSG’s attacks.
SCOTT McTOMINAY 6.5
Sensed the danger superbly but had to be careful after first-half booking.
ALEX TELLES 6.5
Impressive debut. The Brazilian’s ability to whip in set-piece deliveries will come in useful.
Impressive debut from Alex Telles (left) – his ability to whip in set-piece deliveries will be useful
BRUNO FERNANDES 7
Captain for night, he had the mettle to retake the penalty after it was saved.
MARCUS RASHFORD 7
United’s hero in Paris last year struck again with a fine late winner.
England striker Marcus Rashford was hero in Paris last year and struck again with a fine winner
ANTHONY MARTIAL 6
Won the penalty with a smart turn but undid his good work by scoring own-goal.
Subs: Pogba (for Telles 67, 6), Mata, James (for Martial 88), Fosu-Mensah, Ighalo, Henderson, Pellistri, Matic, Williams, Van de Beek (for Fernandes 88)
Scorers: Fernandes 23, Rashford 87
Booked: McTominay, Tuanzebe
Manager: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 7.5
Made some bold decisions in his selection but it paid off again.
Referee: Antonio Miguel Mateu Lahoz (Spain) 7.5