Manchester United boss unbeaten streak came to an end in his first ever match with the team in the Champions League with the French side beating his side 2-0.
Solskjaer did not just suffer his first defeat as United boss, but he also suffered his first home defeat and his side failed to score a single goal in a match where it was needed.
The victory also means PSG have handed United their first ever heaviest home defeat in the Champions League following the 2-0 victory and it makes qualification a little bit tough for United.
Although United do not have problems with comebacks in the past, but the fact that United have never overturned a first-leg home defeat in Europe to win a tie gives room for some worry.
Paris Saint-German who were without two of their key players (Neymar and Cavani) in the away victory will put a more tough approach in the second-leg when Cavani returns and this increases their chances of reaching the last eight.
The away victory for PSG is their first ever victory in England in their last ten visits, having recorded 4 draws and 5 losses before the victory.