Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reportedly let rip at Manchester United’s players after their defeat to PSG.
The Norwegian publicly admitted his side had been beaten by a better team after the 2-0 setback at Old Trafford.
But the Sun reports he felt United played into PSG’s hands and could have done much more about the goals they conceded.
It was the first time United had lost since Solskjaer replaced Jose Mourinho at the helm.
PSG took the lead through Presnel Kimpembe as he fired home from Angel Di Maria’s corner.
Solskjaer is said to have been livid with United’s players conceding from a set-piece.
United pressed forward for a leveller and were caught out as Mbappe scored from a counter.
United’s interim boss had warned his players that they needed to be patient in possession – because their opponents were so good on the ball.
And he also felt United had been too rash in tackling, incurring too many needless cards which ultimately led to Pogba’s dismissal.
United now have a mountain to climb to reach the quarter-finals ahead of the return leg on March 6.
They are back in domestic action on Monday night when they take on Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.