PSG vs Manchester United – UEFA Champions League LIVE Football Score Today 21/10/2020
PSG vs Manchester United: Match details
Match: PSG vs Manchester United
Competition: UEFA Champions League
Date: October 20, 2020
Kick-off time: 8:00 pm, October 20, 2020 (UK time)
Stadium: Parc Des Princes
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PSG vs Manchester United: Match preview
NAME: Paris Saint-Germain – Manchester United
DATE: 20 Oct 2020
TIME: 19:00 UTC
VENUE: Parc des Princes, Paris, France
PSG have long carried the label of being a ‘mentally weak’ side. Whether they are being called ‘fragile’, ‘primadonnas’, or ‘bottlers’, the message is clear: this expensively assembled side respond poorly when things don’t go their way.
They threw away a 3-1 first-leg lead against Chelsea in the Quarter-Finals of this competition in 2014. PSG then lost at the same stage of the 2015 competition 1-3 to Barcelona in Paris. They then famously threw away a 4-0 first-leg lead against the same opponents in 2017, losing 6-1 in Barcelona.
The Parisians then lost in 4-1 on aggregate to Madrid a year later in the Round of 16. Tuesday’s opponents, Manchester United, then eliminated them at the same stage the following year. They overturned a 0-2 defeat at Old Trafford, winning 1-3 in Paris. Later that same season, PSG almost threw away the Ligue 1 title, being routed 5-1 by Lille in the penultimate game of the season.
PSG’s impressive run to the final last season should have consigned such labels to the bin. However, after losing their opening two matches of the Ligue 1 campaign, the second of which ended in a mass-brawl with Marseille on the pitch, question marks over the mental strength of this side have resurfaced.
Of course, PSG have responded by winning 5 matches on the bounce, scoring 16 goals in the process while letting in just 1 at the other end. This will inevitably lead their detractors to ask how good these sides are that they steamrollered? How do the likes of SCO Angers or Nîmes Olympique stand up in comparison to a Premier League team?
PSG’s opponents last weekend, Nîmes, are valued at just £54.8m by Transfermarkt.com. While the Premier League’s bottom placed side, Fulham, would rank as the 7th most valuable club in Ligue 1, with a value of £196.9m.
This suggests the average quality level in Ligue 1 lags far behind that of the Premier League. Which makes judging this PSG team and their recent results very difficult. They certainly have quality players throughout the team and could put Manchester United to the sword in the same way Spurs did recently.