Angel Di Maria blames Louis van Gaal for Manchester United struggles

Angel Di Maria blames Louis van Gaal for Manchester United struggles

And after setting up Presnel Kimpembe for the opening goal with a brilliant corner, he turned to the supporters and, according to RMC Sport, shouted "F*** off" and 'Hijo de p*** (son of a b****).

According to Delaney, Di Maria never actually wanted to join United and his transfer was an unfortunate product of the transfer market at that time. There were problems with the coach at the time.

Former Red Devil Di Maria wasn't exactly given the warmest reception upon his return to Old Trafford, given his thoroughly underwhelming spell at the club during the 2014/15 season.

Sourced said that fans also damaged two trams while making their way to the stadium including punching a hole in the roof of one of the carriages.

A beer bottle was thrown onto the pitch near Di Maria, but the stunt didn't seem to affect him. The Argentine was sold to PSG the following summer for €63m (£44m).

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Also, during an incident in the first half, Ashley Young shoved him off the pitch and he rolled into a metal barrier, but was able to continue after treatment.

"There was no need to push him [Di Maria] into the fence", Tuchel told reporters. He was a bit nervous and needed to be calmer in the first-half. The Argentina worldwide was only at Manchester United for one year before he refused to join them on a pre season tour in order to force a move to PSG. In the ongoing campaign, the 30-year-old has featured 31 times in all competitions, scoring and assisting 10 goals apiece. "If you tease him, it does not make him weaker", he said, Sky Sports reported.

"Referee Daniele Orsato got it right - Young's challenge on Di Maria did not warrant a second yellow card", Clattenburg wrote in the Daily Mail.

After the game,

Information from Manchester United correspondent Rob Dawson was used in this report.

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