Paris Saint-Germain manager, Thomas Tuchel, was left unimpressed by Manchester United’s tactics, as they were eliminated from the Champions League on Wednesday night.

United secured an unlikely 3-1 victory at the Parc des Princes to go through to the quarter-finals on away goals, thanks to a 94th minute Marcus Rashford penalty.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men finished the match with just 28% possession, having scored their three goals from four shots on target.

Tuchel was clearly frustrated after the contest arguing that he “never had the impression that Manchester United wanted to win” the match.

“After the second goal, we controlled the match, we played with a lot of quality.

“We react well to the first goal we gave them. We had a lot of chances but we did not score the second or the third.

“Aside from that, with not even a chance, with not even anything they get a second goal. The second goal turned the match completely in our heads.

“In the second half, they didn’t have a single chance. I have the same feeling now as I did after our defeat to Guingamp in the Coupe de la Ligue, it was impossible to lose and we lost with three penalties.

“Today, I never had the impression that Manchester United wanted to win here. We lost but we controlled the whole game. They won, congratulations to them, but I have no explanation as to how they won,” Tuchel told RMC Sport.