Manchester United suffer first domestic defeat under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Paris Saint Germain v Manchester United – UEFA Champions League – Round of 16 – Second Leg – Parc des Princes

Paris Saint Germain v Manchester United – UEFA Champions League – Round of 16 – Second Leg – Parc des Princes

"The first goal decides how the game goes".

After Arsenal defeated Manchester United 2-0 to hand Ole Gunnar Solskjaer his first Premier League defeat of his Red Devils managerial tenure, Emery wanted to make sure his team remained focus on the task at hand.

The man ran onto the pitch after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored from the penalty spot to put Arsenal 2-0 in front against United in the second half of their 2-0 win.

With a slightly more favourable run-in than their top four rivals, Arsenal will fancy their chances of finishing in the top four having cut the gap to third place Spurs to just one point with eight league games left to play.

Manchester United headed into the game on a high after putting Paris Saint-Germain out of the Champions League and Emery saluted his men for getting the result. Subscribe to our SMS sports service by texting "SPORTS" to 22840.

Arsenal has the return leg against Stade Rennais to come on Thursday, and then the global break sees the Gunners rest until their next Premier League match on April 1.

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"We have a lot of similar things - we had a new manager at the beginning of the season, they changed theirs a few months ago".

GK David De Gea, 5 - Had a blinder at the Emirates in the league last season but was wrong-footed from a long way out for Xhaka's goal.

Moments later and Arsenal were celebrating the goal their early dominance deserved as Xhaka hit a speculative effort with De Gea badly caught out by the swerve on the ball.

"They were in a good moment after one result against PSG, but we had a big performance and we are in a good moment in the Premier League". When they got the first goal, that's a different game.

'The message from today is that nobody gets rid of us, said a defiant Klopp, whose team had won just two of their previous six Premier League matches.

"One player was worse than me, more down than me, and I said to him, "Let's speak tomorrow as you are more sad than me".

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Aubameyang then converted the penalty, making up for his missed spot kick at Tottenham Hotspur a week earlier.

"I think the referee will be disappointed when he sees it because I don't think it's a penalty after seeing it on telly".

Meanwhile, Gary Neville has pinpointed Lacazette and Aubameyang as the match-winners for Arsenal yesterday.

It was United who created the first big opening of the match as Luke Shaw whipped in an inviting ball which Lukaku attacked but his header bounced off the crossbar before Paul Pogba's follow up was blocked.

"I knew it would be tough, but I was really confident", said the Gabon global.

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