Reported Manchester United goal Dayot Upamecano had a night to neglect on the Crimson Bull Enviornment on Wednesday night time.
The Bundesliga facet defeated Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 of their Group H recreation, which ended with the Parisians having simply 9 males on the sector.
Upamecano, a centre-half tipped for a transfer to Outdated Trafford in the summertime, was given a stern examination by Everton loanee Moise Kean within the first half.
The centre-back tried to deliver the ball out of defence within the sixth minute earlier than turning again and on the lookout for goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi, solely to go the ball straight to Kean, who fed Angel Di Maria to attain.
The France worldwide was then left on his bottom after a coming along with the previous Juventus striker, who proceeded to dribble previous the £60million-rated defender with consummate ease.
Christopher Nkunku equalised simply earlier than half-time, with Emil Forsberg placing the Germans forward from the penalty spot after 57 minutes.
PSG midfielder Idrissa Gueye was despatched off for 2 yellow playing cards, with defender Presnel Kimpembe additionally seeing pink in stoppage time.
Regardless of his newest high-profile error, Julian Nagelsmann is assured the 22-year-old will obtain ‘world-class’ standing.
He mentioned: “Typically, Upamecano is on his method to world-class, however he has to cease these items, clearly. He is aware of it himself, he’s very essential of himself.
“It’s a studying curve, he solely has good intentions and desires to create assaults for us. He merely must recognise the best second to modify from defence to assault. Right this moment he ought to have performed the ball to Peter Gulacsi.
“It’s the identical when attacking. There are moments the place you merely need to get the ball again, after which there are moments which can be about scoring a objective.
“Recognising this case is a studying curve which he’ll achieve, just because he’s that gifted. I hope he’ll succeed quickly, as a result of then we now have much less distance to go.”