Don't be afraid: we're good'.
United were in the midst of an 11-game unbeaten streak since December but the Red Devils crashed to their first defeat under caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
"That is the level we want to get to".
The surf was definitely up for one steward at Old Trafford during Tuesday night's Champions League game. Against a backdrop of boos, he proved it with a performance as energetic as his "swearing" celebration after the first goal.
"I can't do anything about Alexis Sanchez", said the Norwegian.
There has to be some realism about the level that this group of players is at, despite the way Solskjaer has improved them since replacing Jose Mourinho before Christmas.
Second-half goals from Presnel Kimpembe and Kylian Mbappe ensured that PSG will be firm favourites to progress ahead of the return leg in Paris but Solskjaer has not given up hope of causing a shock at Parc des Princes.
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The ex-Arsenal manager was working as a pundit for beIN Sports on Tuesday night and he pinpointed exactly how PSG were able to quell Man United's biggest threat.
I would say a maximum of two - Pogba and David de Gea - which tells you how far United are away from mounting a serious challenge in the Champions League. The balls forward from Nemanja Matic, crosses from Ashley Young and surges from Pogba were all dealt with.
"We had many midfielders and we are used to playing with more forwards so we had to adapt". They had 10 shots at goal but only one was on target (green arrow in right-hand graphic) which came from Marcus Rashford after eight minutes.
Having a solid back-line like PSG's would make such a difference to the whole team and it is possible they could do that by making only one signing. The Chilean was largely anonymous after coming on as a first-half substitute and afterwards Solskjaer insisted it was up to him to get back to his best.
They soaked up United's pressure and early high tempo. Tenacious in the tackle and composed in possession, the Brazilian epitomised the guts shown every player in a white shirt at Old Trafford. Then we conceded a second goal.
By virtue of a superb second half showing, PSG earned their first win against an English side in Europe since beating Chelsea 2-1 in March 2014.