sábado, 16 de febrero de 2019

Final Copa del Rey: Real Madrid vs FC Barcelona.Liga: Real Madrid vs Girona


Links para ver el Real Madrid vs Girona



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Fede Valverde, en el partido de Champions ante el CSKA de Moscú.


Solari ha convocado a 20 jugadores para el partido de mañana ante el Girona en el Santiago Bernabéu (12.00 horas). No están Isco ni Marcos Llorente por lesión y Luka Modric que está sancionado. Las bajas en el medio campo han abierto la puerta a Fede Valverde, que vuelve de esta forma a una lista del entrenador argentino. Solari deberá sin embargo hacer dos descartes y uno de ellos será Luca Zidane.La lista está formada por Keylor Navas, Courtois, Luca Zidane, Carvajal, Ramos, Varane, Nacho, Marcelo, Odriozola, Reguilón, Kroos, Casemiro, Valverde, Asensio, Ceballos, Mariano, Benzema, Bale, Lucas Vázquez y Vinicius.
Solari apostó por Valdeve de para la Copa el pasado mes de enero frente al Leganés pero desde entonces ya no ha vuelto a tener minutos. En el medio campo, Ceballos será en principio quien ocupe mañana el puesto que deja Modric, baja por sanción


Final Copa del Rey: Horario y dónde ver en TV el Barça Lassa - Real Madrid

La final más esperada se disputará en el Wizink Center de Madrid el próximo domingo 17 de febrero, 19.30 horas

Final Copa del Rey: Horario y dónde ver en TV el Barcelona - Real Madrid de baloncesto


¡Ya conocemos el enfrentamiento de la final de la Copa del Rey de baloncesto! Tras unas semifinales apasionantes, FC Barcelona y Real Madrid son los conjuntos que se han mostrado más fuertes durante la competición y, por ello, los que disputarán la final el domingo 17 de febrero, que dará comienzo a las 19:30 horas.

El equipo azulgrana ha confirmado su condición de favorito al doblegar por un engañosamente apretado 92-86 a un rival muy solvente, el Iberostar Tenerife, que le había ganado en cinco de sus seis últimos enfrentamientos pero que este sábado no ha tenido ninguna opción a la victoria, dominando, excepto en los últimos compases del encuentro, cómodamente el partido, llegando a tener una ventaja favorable de 22 puntos.

El equipo azulgrana ha confirmado su condición de favorito al doblegar por un engañosamente apretado 92-86 a un rival muy solvente, el Iberostar Tenerife, que le había ganado en cinco de sus seis últimos enfrentamientos pero que este sábado no ha tenido ninguna opción a la victoria, dominando, excepto en los últimos compases del encuentro, cómodamente el partido, llegando a tener una ventaja favorable de 22 puntos.

miércoles, 13 de febrero de 2019

Girlfriend, 18, of Alesha MacPhail's father denies having sex with teenage murder suspect, 16, and planting his DNA in a condom on the six-year-old's naked body

AL Juzgado de Instrucción  Nº 2 de Pozuelo de Alarcón.   AUTOS: 590/2018

Juan Pardo Navarro, mayor de edad, con D.N.I. 75206120F con domicilio en Calle, Sierra de Grazalema, 4 de Zurgena (04661)  provincia de Almería.

Envío –adjunto parte de baja médica, de momento no me puedo desplazar a Madrid, a este órgano judicial comparece y como mejor proceda en Derecho, DIGO:

Que habiendo sido emplazado por el término legalmente establecido en el procedimiento arriba referenciado, y por medio del presente escrito solicita la SUSPENSIÓN del término conferido, hasta la resolución de mi petición de Abogado de Oficio y en su caso Procurador de Oficio.

En su virtud

SUPLICO AL JUZGADO.- Que teniendo por presentado este escrito, se sirva admitirlo, y en su virtud, acuerde la suspensión del término conferido hasta la resolución de mi solicitud de Abogado y en su caso Procurador de Oficio.

Como que no tengo claro la presentación de esta petición, el colegio de abogados de Madrid me dice que lo puedo presentar en el de Almería, el de Almería que ha de ser en el juzgado y en Madrid, el juzgado de Huércal Overa (Juzgado de mi término judicial) con mucha atención me entrega modelo de petición y hasta domicilio…..Dice mi siquiatra: ………….envía copia a cada uno de los entes y si te equivocas, con toda seguridad, yo también me equivocaría, pero a Madrid, de momento,  no puedes ir.   

Es justicia que pido, en Madrid, 14 de Febrero de 2019



Girlfriend, 18, of Alesha MacPhail's father denies having sex with teenage murder suspect, 16, and planting his DNA in a condom on the six-year-old's naked body

  • Toni-Louise McLachlan, 18, gives evidence at trial of 16-year-old boy today
  • Boy has blamed her for killing six-year-old Alesha MacPhail on Isle of Bute
  • Alesha was found naked lying face down in woodland near abandoned hotel
  • Boy denies murder, rape, child abduction and defeating the ends of justice


Alesha MacPhail was found naked lying face down in woodland near an abandoned hotel
The girlfriend of Alesha MacPhail's father today denied having sex in a bus shelter with a 16-year-old boy charged with murdering the six-year-old girl.
Toni-Louise McLachlan gave evidence at Glasgow High Court today during the trial of the boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons and who has blamed her for killing Alesha on the Isle of Bute.
Ms McLachlan denied having sex with the boy in the bus shelter in 2017, as well as meeting him for sex in the middle of the night that Alesha went missing.
Alesha was found naked lying face down in woodland near an abandoned hotel on July 2, only hours after being reported missing from her grandparents' house.
The teen accused of murder, rape, child abduction and defeating the ends of justice denies all the charges against him at the High Court in Glasgow.
The court heard that Ms McLachlan, 18, learned on Monday that the teenager - who she admitted she used to sell drugs to - had blamed her for Alesha's murder.
Ms McLachlan denied meeting the accused in the middle of the night to have sex with him - then taking Alesha to the woods, attacking her and 'planting' the boy's semen from the used condom.
Toni Louise McLachlan, who gave evidence today
Georgina Lochrane, Alesha's mother
Toni Louise McLachlan (left), the girlfriend of Alesha MacPhail's father, and Georgina Lochrane (right), Alesha's mother, are both pictured arriving at Glasgow High Court today
Miss McLachlan (right) pictured with Alesha (left) and the girl's father Robert MacPhail (centre)
Miss McLachlan (right) pictured with Alesha (left) and the girl's father Robert MacPhail (centre)
The series of events was put to her by defence, Brian McConnachie, who said she had 'brutalised' the little girl using an 'implement.'He asked her if she had sex with the accused in a bus shelter on the Isle of Bute in 2017, saying the teens shared a joint and Ms McLachlan confided in the alleged killer about domestic abuse. Ms McLachlan denied that had happened.
Alesha's father Robert MacPhail arrives at Glasgow High Court this morning
Alesha's father Robert MacPhail arrives at Glasgow High Court this morning
Mr McConnachie said: 'She didn't scream because a stranger came into the room, it was you.' Ms McLachlan said: 'No.'
The brief claimed that Ms McLachlan met the accused in secret the night before Alesha disappeared, and confided in the boy about alleged abuse from her boyfriend and the girl's father Robert MacPhail.
He said the pair had walked into a shed where they used a condom provided by Ms McLachlan, and the accused gave her a hoodie because she was cold.
The accused said that was the last time he had seen Ms McLachlan before Alesha was killed, the court heard.
Mr McConnachie accused Ms McLachlan of taking Alesha to the site of an abandoned hotel where the child was murdered and 'brutalised' with an 'implement'.
He then said the 18-year-old had 'planted' the condom with the accused's semen to implicate him. Ms McLachlan said: 'No.' 
Mr MacPhail with his daughter Alesha - found dead last July hours after being reported missing
Mr MacPhail with his daughter Alesha - found dead last July hours after being reported missing
Mr Macphail, who has been attending the trial in Glasgow, is pictured with his daughter Alesha
Mr Macphail, who has been attending the trial in Glasgow, is pictured with his daughter Alesha
Alesha's grandparents Calum MacPhail, 49, and Angela King, 47, pictured at court yesterday
Alesha's grandparents Calum MacPhail, 49, and Angela King, 47, pictured at court yesterday
Ms McLachlan also said she had received a Facebook message at about 1.45am that she had missed a call from the accused. She tried to call him back around 6am because she thought it was 'strange'.
Jorge Williams, pictured at Glasgow High Court today, found Alesha's body last July
Jorge Williams, pictured at Glasgow High Court today, found Alesha's body last July
In a Facebook message exchange shown to the jury, Ms McLachlan asked the teen to 'keep an eye out for Rab's wee girl' - before the following exchange:
  • Accused: 'Sorry doesn't matter '
  • Toni McLachlan: 'Want to keep and eye out for Rab's wee girl x'
  • Accused: 'Yh how what's happened?'
  • Toni McLachlan: 'She's went missing...the police helicopter is out x'
  • Accused: 'Am sure she's not gone too far x'
  • Toni McLachlan: 'Hopefully x'
Asked if she had anything to do with Alesha's murder, Ms McLachlan replied: 'No.'
She told the court: 'I loved her to pieces.'
Ms McLachlan said that on the night Alesha disappeared, she got out of bed to go to the toilet before going into the room where Alesha was sleeping, and switching off the child's Peppa Pig DVD, the court heard.
She cried in the witness box as she recalled seeing Alesha sleeping, and said she fully closed the bedroom door. 
Police forensic team team at a house on the Isle of Bute outside Rothesay last July
Police forensic team team at a house on the Isle of Bute outside Rothesay last July
A police cordon at Ardberg on the Isle of Bute during the investigation last July
A police cordon at Ardberg on the Isle of Bute during the investigation last July
Ms McLachlan admitted she 'used to sell weed' to the accused but stopped at his mother's request.
When asked how long she had sold cannabis to him, Ms McLachlan said: 'Not for a while, we had stopped selling to him because his mum told us to stop.'

Mother of boy accused of Alesha's murder 'contacted police after girl's body was found' 

The mother of the boy accused of abducting and murdering Alesha contacted police after the child's body was found, the court heard today.
Detective Constable Gavin McKellar told the court that the teenage boy voluntarily spoke to officers at around 1am on July 3 at his home.
The boy's mother had been drinking when she phoned Rothesay police station in the early hours of the morning after Alesha's body was discovered.
She told officers her son had been out of the house in the early hours of July 2, which was captured on CCTV.
The accused was described as 'confident' and 'very co-operative' by Detective Constable McKellar, and asked his mum to leave the room while he spoke to officers.
In a statement given to police, as a witness, the boy said he left his house in the middle of the night to buy cannabis resin and took a shower after returning home as he was 'really stoned'.
He said he realised he had lost his phone, so went back out.
He concluded the statement telling officers he did not go to the MacPhail family home, and said if they didn't believe him 'they could have my DNA'.
At the time no mention was made of Ms McLachlan or having sex with a girl the evening before Alesha vanished.
The boy said he had contacted Mr MacPhail and four or five other people he knew who sold cannabis to see if he could get any, and left the house on Ardbeg Road at about 2am.
He said he knew Mr MacPhail was in a relationship with Ms McLachlan but claimed he had never met Alesha, although he knew his dealer had a little girl.
The accused said he walked through Skeoch Wood, between Rothesay and Ardbeg, to avoid police, and walked past the site of an abandoned school before heading to meet a dealer where he bought 'pollen' for £30.
A police officer, PC David Grant, recalled being called to the MacPhail household after Alesha was found to be missing.
He described the child's grandmother, Angela King, as being 'panicked' and blaming herself for leaving the key in the door.
And he recalled being met by Alesha's father, Mr MacPhail, and his girlfriend, who was 'very concerned and was crying.'
PC Grant said Mr MacPhail appeared to be 'in a daze' and was not responding fully to what he was saying, which he believed was as a result of concern for Alesha.
After the child's body was found around 9am, the officer was told about a knife being found on a beach opposite the MacPhail family home, near a bus shelter.
A large kitchen knife with a black handle and a grey oval inset was shown to the jury on screens in the courtroom.
She told the court: 'I just couldn't believe it, but I didn't think anything bad had happened. I had lived in Rothesay all my life and thought it was a safe place.
'I thought she might've been in the garden. Me and Robert went out. We walked around the park pit Ardbeg where she liked to play, we checked back gardens and sheds.
'From there we went into the town and we spoke to people at the ferry terminal and the shops.'
She said 'a lot' of people helped with the search.
When asked by advocate depute Iain McSporran QC whether she had anything to do with the murder, she replied: 'No.'
Ms McLachlan told the court she 'had a bad feeling' that the accused had phoned on the morning of Alesha's disappearance, and told a friend of her concerns.
Under cross-examination by defence brief Brian McConnachie, Ms McLachlan said she received messages all morning from people claiming the accused was responsible.
Ms McLachlan said: 'Yes, I did but I didn't think anything after he said he didn't think she would have gone far.'
She agreed that she told a friend, Lindsay Calderwood: 'I've got a bad feeling'.
And she denied that she had been the victim of domestic abuse from Alesha's father Robert MacPhail, saying: 'He's never raised a hand or I've felt I'm in danger.'
Ms McLachlan said she did not tell police about the couple's drug dealing as she did not think it was relevant.
She admitted the couple bought an ounce of cannabis for £200 - using her college bursary money, Mr MacPhail's benefit money and money occasionally provided to the two by each of their parents for living costs.
Asked about supplying cannabis to the accused via his younger sister, Mr McConnachie said: 'Instead of supplying to him you supplied it to his wee sister, who is 14.' 
Ms McLachlan replied: 'Yes.'
But she claimed she did not know the girl was 14. Ms McLachlan claimed she originally didn't suspect anything because they had not sold cannabis to the accused is months.
She said: 'We didn't normally give him weed or anything at that time in the morning.'
Ms McLachlan told the court she called the accused on July 2 because she wanted to know why he had called in the middle of the night.
She said: 'It was strange the fact he was the only one that messaged in the middle of the night - it was weird. I was genuinely just wondering why he had wanted.'
The young woman added: 'I knew there was a dispute about money but it wasn't about that, it was because I didn't want my family to find out.'
And she said there was no significance to the kiss she put at the end of a Facebook message.
When asked by the accused's brief how it felt to be accused of murder, Ms McLachlan said: 'Horrible. I don't know how to take it. I'm sad, I'm angry, I'm full of emotions.'
Alesha's mother covered her face in the public gallery when the question was asked, and left the courtroom when her daughter's injuries were mentioned.  
Alesha's body was found in woodland on the Isle of Bute (file picture)
Alesha's body was found in woodland on the Isle of Bute (file picture)
Ms McLachlan cried in the witness box when cross-examination ended. 
The court also heard from the man who found Alesha's body. Jorge Williams recalled being shown pictures on Facebook of the missing child, and going out to look for Alesha.
He saw search parties combing the beach, so took a high road. Mr Williams said he looked up the steps and checked over wall and saw the girl's lifeless body.
He told the court he approached her body and checked her neck for a pulse, but there was none.
A police officer called to the scene of Alesha MacPhail's dead body cried as he recalled finding the little girl's bruised body 'a bit rigid', with blue lips.
Sergeant Martin Wilson gave evidence and said he was led to the scene by Mr Williams. He put on a pair of gloves before checking the child's neck for a pulse.
PC Wilson said: 'Her left arm was a bit rigid.' He added: 'There was bruising to her torso and her lips were blue.'
When asked by advocate depute Iain McSporran QC how the crime had affected him, PC Wilson said: 'I have a seven-year-old daughter.'
The officer, who was brought over to the Isle of Bute from his usual post on Argyll, told the court he cordoned off the woods with police tape.
He said he was stationed at the scene all day and all night and could only give limited information to the public.

martes, 12 de febrero de 2019

Paulo Guedes, ministro de Economía de Brasil y hombre clave de Bolsonaro prepara una perestroika de libre mercado.

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Paulo Guedes se toca la sien con un dedo. "La gente de la izquierda tiene mentes ingenuas y buenos corazones", afirma. "La gente de la derecha tiene cabezas frías, y..." Busca la frase adecuada. "No tan buenos corazones". Es un acto de sinceridad para el "superministro de Economía" de Brasil, dado que el presidente para el que trabaja, Jair Bolsonaro, es un ex capitán del Ejército de derechas considerado en la escena internacional como una especie de protofascista que siente debilidad por la dictadura militar.
También es indicativo de la amplitud de miras de Guedes, y de su creencia en que Bolsonaro no es el extremista que a menudo se le considera en el extranjero. "Estamos creando una sociedad abierta popperiana", afirma, en una de las diversas veces que recuerda al filósofo austriaco Karl Popper -que defendía una democracia liberal dinámica- durante una conversación con Financial Times en su despacho de Brasilia.
  

"Aunque las maneras de Bolsonaro parezcan bruscas, es sólo fachada. Será duro únicamente con los criminales", añade, mencionando los 64.000 asesinatos que sufrió Brasil en 2017. El hecho de que Popper sea también uno de los héroes de George Soros, el filántropo liberal odiado por algunos de los etnonacionalistas que forman parte del séquito de Bolsonaro, resulta una ironía que parece escapársele a Guedes.
"La ideología es el verdadero enemigo", sostiene. "Yo, no soy más que un científico que hace su trabajo. Todo el mundo tiene su función". Puede decirse que Guedes, un economista formado en la Universidad de Chicago que desarrolló una exitosa carrera como gestor de fondos en Río de Janeiro, es el segundo hombre más poderoso del Gobierno brasileño, al llevar la cartera de cinco ministerios: Economía, Comercio, Trabajo, Industria y Desarrollo. No cabe duda de que es el más activo.
Mientras Bolsonaro se recupera de una intervención quirúrgica, las luchas internas han perseguido a la nueva administración: el último episodio lo ha protagonizado el ministro conservador de Exteriores, Ernesto Araújo, que adoptó una postura más dura sobre Venezuela frente a la posición más cauta defendida por el vicepresidente Gen Hamilton Mourão.
En cambio, el equipo económico de Guedes ha arrancado con fuerza con ambiciosas propuestas de reforma. "Brasil es la octava economía del mundo, pero ocupa el puesto 130 en aperturismo, cerca de Sudán. También está en el 128 en lo que respecta a la facilidad para hacer negocios. ¡Jesús!" exclama, dando un salto de la silla. Guedes, profundo en su conversación, explica que quiere reducir esas clasificaciones a la mitad en sólo cuatro años recortando el gasto, reformando el código fiscal bizantino de Brasil, reduciendo los trámites burocráticos, y privatizando activos públicos.
Nacido en una familia de clase media-baja, Guedes estudió con la ayuda de becas y se doctoró en Economía por la Universidad de Chicago. Posteriormente, trabajó en Chile durante la dictadura de Pinochet, y dejó Santiago con su mujer cuando se encontró a la policía secreta registrando su apartamento.
"Vi un Chile más pobre que Cuba y Venezuela en la actualidad, y los chicos de Chicago lo solucionaron. Chile es en la actualidad como Suiza", señala, haciendo caso omiso de costes sociales como la tasa de desempleo del 21% en 1983. "Eso es basura", sentencia. "El desempleo ya existía. Sólo estaba oculto dentro de una economía destruida". Es una opinión no exenta de polémica.
De vuelta en Brasil, se convirtió en gestor de fondos, en operador ocasional y en un prolífico columnista en la prensa. Explica que conoció a Bolsonaro hace justo un año y un mes" y, pese ha haber rechazado varias ofertas anteriores para trabajar en el Gobierno, utiliza jerga de operador para justificar su decisión ahora. "Pasé toda mi vida generando alfa y viendo a los sucesivos gobiernos destruir beta", explica. "Ahora quiero mejorar el beta de Brasil", utilizando la letra griega que describe el comportamiento subyacente del mercado.
Tras 20 años de dictadura y 30 de de democracia social, el giro de Brasil a la derecha es saludable, asegura. "La llegada de los liberales supone una buena noticia, no una mala".
Sin embargo, sigue habiendo dudas. ¿Qué ocurre con la política social, teniendo en cuenta la enorme desigualdad en Brasil? ¿Y es compatible su magia del libre mercado con el liberalismo político, dada la vena aparentemente autoritaria de Bolsonaro?
"Cierto. Rusia y Brasil tuvieron la glásnost antes de la perestroika," señala, haciendo referencia a las políticas de apertura política y económica y de liberalización. "Se necesitan ambas. Entonces llega el crecimiento, y una clase media que trae estabilidad". El camino alternativo tomado por Brasil lleva a un estado rentista caracterizado por la corrupción.
"Éramos una democracia con una sola pierna", señala. "El sistema está corrupto. ¿Por qué recibió Lula, el político más popular de Brasil, una condena de casi 13 años de prisión por corrupción?"
Señala a un televisor, donde un programa de noticias acaba de informar del último juicio contra el ex presidente. Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva ha sido condenado a 12 años de prisión. Los críticos sostienen que la sentencia fue el resultado de una judicatura contaminada por la política que quería excluir al líder de la izquierda de la carrera electoral, abriendo así el camino a la victoria de Bolsonaro.
Guedes sugiere en cambio que el sistema de clientelismo arraigado en Brasil lo atrapó. La receta correcta frente a esto es "una economía basada en el mercado y no la economía dirigista fallida que corrompió el orden político". Pocos brasileños discreparían de su diagnóstico dado que el país aún sufre las secuelas de la recesión más profunda de su historia y de su mayor escándalo de corrupción.
Su visión económica se aproxima más a Ronald Reagan que a Donald Trump, y parece ser realista con respecto a sus limitaciones políticas. "El presidente [siempre puede decir] no, yo tengo los votos". Pese a fijarse como objetivo las estrellas, este economista teórico parece contentarse con alcanzar la Luna, y admite que será un camino lleno de baches. "Sí, la economía crecerá más deprisa. Pero no podemos pecar de ingenuos. Hay mucho daño por reparar".

La reforma de las pensiones.

El ministro de Economía de Brasil ha prometido poner fin a años de intervenciones estatales fallidas, y asegura que "en cinco meses" se aprobará una reforma de las pensiones que ahorrará un billón de reales brasileños (unos 235.000 millones de euros). Esta iría seguida de una reforma fiscal y de un programa de privatización radical sin intocables.

Guedes explicó que el paquete de pensiones generaría ahorros de entre 700 millones y 1,3 billones de real, y que se presentaría en el Congreso tan pronto como el presidente abandone el hospital. "El gasto es clave. De ahí la lógica de abordar primero su principal elemento con la reforma de las pensiones", indicó. Para ello, el Gobierno cuenta con 302 votos de los 513 escaños del Congreso, cerca de la "supermayoría" en 308 asientos

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Manchester United 0-2 PSG: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer tastes first defeat as Presnel Kimpembe and Kylian Mbappe strike in ferocious clash at Old Trafford

Manchester United 0-2 PSG: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer tastes first defeat as Presnel Kimpembe and Kylian Mbappe strike in ferocious clash at Old Trafford

Manchester United 0-2 PSG: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer tastes first defeat as Presnel Kimpembe and Kylian Mbappe strike in ferocious clash at Old Trafford

  • First half ended scoreless but was played on the edge and referee Daniele Orsato produced five yellow cards
  • Kylian Mbappe was presented with golden opportunity to break deadlock but fired his shot into side-netting 
  • Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial were both forced off with injuries as United were hit with double blow 
  • Presnel Kimpembe converted Angel Di Maria's cross to score his first goal for PSG and give them the lead 
  • PSG then doubled their advantage seven minutes later as Mbappe opened his body up to slot home 
  • Paul Pogba was sent off late in game after receiving second yellow card to add insult to injury  
  • On the face of it, this was a throwback, a result from the days before Ole Gunnar Solskjaer came to Old Trafford with his kitbag full of rainbows.
Manchester United were exposed at the back, toothless upfront, second best all over, and ill disciplined. Not only did they lose, they had Paul Pogba sent off late on for a thoroughly rotten tackle that deserved all it got.
Yet this must be said, too: PSG are a very good side. Even without Neymar and Edinson Cavani they were the deserved winners here, and missed enough good chances to have the tie over before the return leg. If Manchester United are still in it – and they are, just – it is because Kylian Mbappe scored a single goal not the hat-trick he should have got. 
Kylian Mbappe opened his body up to slide a finish past David de Gea and double PSG's advantage in the tie
Kylian Mbappe opened his body up to slide a finish past David de Gea and double PSG's advantage in the tie
The deadly forward timed his run to perfection and showed brilliant composure to slot the finish home 
The deadly forward timed his run to perfection and showed brilliant composure to slot the finish home 
Presnel Kimpembe broke the deadlock with a well controlled volleyed finish into the roof of de Gea's net 
Presnel Kimpembe broke the deadlock with a well controlled volleyed finish into the roof of de Gea's net 
The PSG centre-back scored the first goal of his PSG career at a particularly opportune moment in the tie 
The PSG centre-back scored the first goal of his PSG career at a particularly opportune moment in the tie 

MATCH FACTS, PLAYER RATINGS AND MATCHZONE  

Manchester United: 
De Gea (6.5), Young (6.5), Bailly (5.5), Lindelöf (6), Shaw (6), Herrera (6.5), Matic (6), Lingard (6) (Sanchez), Pogba (5), Rashford (6.5) (Lukaku), Martial (5) (Mata)
Unused substitutes:
Jones, Fred, Dalot, Romero
Bookings: Young, Pogba, Lindeof, Herrera 
Manager: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (5.5) 
PSG: 
Buffon (6.5), Kehrer (7), Silva (6.5), Kimpembe (6.5), Bernat (6), Verratti (7) (Paredes), Marquinhos (6.5), Draxler (6.5), Alves (7), Mbappé (8), Di María (7.5) (Dagba)
Manager: Thomas Tuchel (7) 
Unused substitutes:
Areola, Choupo-Moting, Kurzawa, Nkunku, Diaby, 
Bookings: Kimpembe, Bernat, Draxler
Goals: Kimpembe (53), Mbappe (60)
Referee: Daniele Orsato (6)
(Ratings by Chris Wheeler) 
Kylian Mbappe's second goal came after PSG started the move in their own half before the killer pass was made. Click here for more from our brilliant Matchzone feature. 
Kylian Mbappe's second goal came after PSG started the move in their own half before the killer pass was made. Click here for more from our brilliant Matchzone feature. 

What does this say about Solskjaer? Only that to have experienced a first defeat 54 days in is hardly the worst record and that here was a sobering reminder that, however far United have travelled on his watch, there is still a way to go.
There won’t feel like a bright side, given the magnitude of this competition, but at least United no longer lose to inferiors, as had been happening under the previous regime. It took one of the finest sides in Europe to beat them, one most certainly capable of winning this tournament at full strength. 
United were undone by an fine team display, plus the individual excellence of two players in particular: Mbappe with his pace and goalscoring smarts which make him the best young striker in the world right now, and Angel Di Maria on a revenge mission, desperate to show Old Trafford what they had missed in his brief time here. He did, too, making both goals – and his celebrations suggested he enjoyed proving that point.
Both goals came in the second-half, PSG having also had the best chance of the first. Injury left Solskjaer reshaping United’s forward line, losing both Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial before PSG scored, but it was at the back that they were undone: poor marking for the first goal, a mismatch of a foot race for the second. PSG dispatched them in a six-minute spell.
The opening goal came from a right-sided corner, after David De Gea had tipped round a Mbappe header from a Dani Alves cross. Di Maria curled it in and defender Presnel Kimpembe got in behind Nemanja Matic to volley the ball past De Gea from close range.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer watched his side lose momentum and then concede twice in the space of ten minutes
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer watched his side lose momentum and then concede twice in the space of ten minutes
Angel di Maria whipped in the delivery and Kimpembe lost his marker to convert with aplomb at the back post 
Angel di Maria whipped in the delivery and Kimpembe lost his marker to convert with aplomb at the back post 
Thiago Silva (left) wheeled away in celebration after Kimpembe gave PSG a crucial away goal to take with them 
Thiago Silva (left) wheeled away in celebration after Kimpembe gave PSG a crucial away goal to take with them 
Di Maria seemed to love rubbing it in to the Manchester United fans who had given him a hard time all game 
Di Maria seemed to love rubbing it in to the Manchester United fans who had given him a hard time all game 
Mbappe underlined his status as one of the most lethal finishers on the planet and is still just 20-year-old 
Mbappe underlined his status as one of the most lethal finishers on the planet and is still just 20-year-old 
Whether he should have been on the field having committed several fouls after collecting the game’s first booking is another matter. It was just one of the questions that deserve to be asked of referee Daniele Orsato.
That controversy, however, was put to bed by PSG’s second. A sublime cross from Di Maria was executed perfectly by Mbappe, opening his body to side-foot the ball first time past De Gea. He should have had another immediately after, again put through by Di Maria and outstripping Victor Lindelof before De Gea made a fine save, as the striker attempted a Messi-style low lob. 
By then, Old Trafford was silent bar the raucous noise of the visitors. Capping a rotten night, Pogba made a nasty foul on Dani Alves – much like the one he got away with against Tottenham – and Orsato at last plucked up the gumption to issue a second yellow. 
It had been coming. Marquinhos kept a close watch on Pogba all game and he did not like it. One brilliant first-half run aside this was a disappointing night for him, too much petulance, not enough presence. 
It wasn’t Orsato’s finest hour, either. Much like United, he started off guns blazing but lost his way. There were five players booked in quick succession early on, but then he ignored equal or greater offences that would have led to a red. United may feel hard done by as Kimpembe appeared to have got lucky – but the same could be said of Ashley Young.
He was booked, rightly, for a foul on Mbappe after 29 minutes, when the young striker looked to have turned him inside out. Then, 11 minutes later, he committed a second misdemeanour that could have resulted in significant injury. 
Mbappe had the best opportunity of the first half but fired his effort into the side-netting after lunging for the ball
Mbappe had the best opportunity of the first half but fired his effort into the side-netting after lunging for the ball
Di Maria's effort from just outside the box caught the attention of David de Gea but was easily kept out by the Spaniard
Di Maria's effort from just outside the box caught the attention of David de Gea but was easily kept out by the Spaniard
The first 45 minutes featured a number of flashpoints and the referee Daniele Orsato struggled to control the game
The first 45 minutes featured a number of flashpoints and the referee Daniele Orsato struggled to control the game
The players clashed after Ashley Young gave Di Maria an unnecessary shove off the pitch into the advertising boards 
The players clashed after Ashley Young gave Di Maria an unnecessary shove off the pitch into the advertising boards 
Manchester United suffered an injury blow as Jesse Lingard pulled up and came off for Alexis Sanchez
Manchester United suffered an injury blow as Jesse Lingard pulled up and came off for Alexis Sanchez
Pushing is one of football’s minor offences – but not when it is an overt shove in the back of a player already travelling at high speed, on a pitch with a notoriously steep run off perimeter and hoarding and metal fences in close proximity to the playing area.
The ball was as good as dead when Young took this liberty with Di Maria, who was sent cascading into a barrier, unable to slow or properly protect himself. He could have broken an arm, or several ribs; he could have smashed his face in, or fractured his skull. Young had absolutely no control over the consequence of his action. He should have gone.
Instead, Orsata chickened out. Maybe he would have shown a yellow card in different circumstances, but with Young booked either he misjudged the potential seriousness of the incident, or confidence failed him. No further action was taken, despite PSG’s anger. 
They had a point, too – just as Manchester United’s players did over Kimpembe, let off for reasons unknown. Only Pogba was expelled, although ten yellow cards were shown – just short of the record in a Champions League game. 
Anthony Martial was also forced to come off with an injury and Juan Mata came on to replace the Frenchman 
Anthony Martial was also forced to come off with an injury and Juan Mata came on to replace the Frenchman 
Paul Pogba showed flashes of the brilliance that has typified his performances under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Paul Pogba showed flashes of the brilliance that has typified his performances under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
Solskjaer appealed for more from his players after PSG caught them cod at the beginning of the second half 
Solskjaer appealed for more from his players after PSG caught them cod at the beginning of the second half 
Dani Alves had a free kick in dangerous territory but smashed his shot well over the bar at the end of the first half
Dani Alves had a free kick in dangerous territory but smashed his shot well over the bar at the end of the first half
United had started off at a tremendous lick, clearly under instruction to unnerve PSG with a very English high tempo. It didn’t yield much, however – a cross-shot from Marcus Rashford that tested Gianluigi Buffon, and a cross from Pogba that would have needed the merest touch without the goalkeeper’s intervention.
The best early chance, then, fell to PSG after 28 minutes. It was a lovely move, involving Marco Verratti, as always, who picked out Draxler. He put Mbappe through one on one and only the speed of De Gea off his line disturbed the striker as he sized up the goal. Mbappe panicked and shot wide.
To progress from here, United must defy history. No team that has lost a first leg at home by two goals has gone through in the Champions League knockout stage, and to draw level in Paris, United must score as many goals as they have got at home in Europe this season. 
Meanwhile, David Moyes remains the only Manchester United manager to win a Champions League knockout game since 2010-11. Solskjaer – he becomes the first United manager to lose a home European tie by more than a single goal margin. Not the history he was hoping for. 
Pogba was shown a red card after picking up his second caution of the game shortly before the end of the match
Pogba was shown a red card after picking up his second caution of the game shortly before the end of the match
The visiting supporters crammed in early and made themselves heard throughout the game at Old Trafford 
The visiting supporters crammed in early and made themselves heard throughout the game at Old Trafford 
The PSG players and staff came together at the end of the match to thanks the loud travelling support at Old Trafford
The PSG players and staff came together at the end of the match to thanks the loud travelling support at Old Trafford
Mata, Solskjaer and de Gea trudged off at full time after the interim boss suffered his first defeat and United manager
Mata, Solskjaer and de Gea trudged off at full time after the interim boss suffered his first defeat and United manager