What is the state of play in Group H?
Manchester United’s loss to Paris Saint-Germain has opened up Group H of the UEFA Champions League.
Neymar opened the scoring for the visitors but Marcus Rashford’s deflected equaliser – his third goal in three matches against PSG – made sure the teams went into the break level.
So are RB Leipzig. In the other Group H game on Wednesday, Norwegian striker Alexander Sorloth scored a late winner as the German side beat Istanbul Basaksehir 4-3. A point against RB Leipzig will see United go through on matchday six, because the Reds would go ahead of Julian Nagelsmann's team via head-to-head results, following our 5-0 win at Old Trafford the last time the teams met.
However, should United fall to defeat in Germany next Tuesday, a point for PSG against Istanbul Basaksehir will see the Reds go out of the Champions League and enter the Europa League knockout stage. A PSG win will also guarantee them top spot in the group, as the French champions – with the 3-1 win at Old Trafford – would go ahead of United on head-to-head in the group, by virtue of that late goal on Wednesday from Neymar.
United play at the Red Bull Arena on Tuesday 8 December. Kick-off is at 20:00 GMT.