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.
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United fans launched a bottle at the 30-year-old shortly afterwards when he was taking a corner on the other side of the pitch.
Di Maria was clearly fired up and utilised his limited grasp of English to taunt the Old Trafford crowd during the celebrations. The injuries to Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard towards the end of the first half necessitated a change in formation after the interval, with Pogba drifting further forward and into a central position, alongside substitutes Alexis Sanchez and Juan Mata in playing just behind frontman Marcus Rashford. "In the end, he did well", he said. 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. I'm happy that he stayed always like this, super reliable because he's always working hard. "He's in good form, we'll need him, especially without Cavani and Neymar, hopefully he'll have a great performance".More news: The Division 2 Open Beta Confirmed Via Twitch Livestream
To rub salt into the United wounds, Di Maria was then on hand to provide the assist for the second goal of the game, firing the ball into the path of wonder kid Kylian Mbappe to slot home on the hour mark and put the game beyond reach for United. He has a lot of respect for the club (United), there's nothing awful in what he said but it was between me and him, so I won't tell you right now.
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And attacking midfielder Julian Draxler believes the team displayed their strength in depth.